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OWENSBORO HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM 
K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION— 1976 






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(Left to Right) Front Row: Ban Gordon, Ricky Ford, Eric Anderson, Jared 
Elliott, Val Norris, J. T. Buck. Second Row: Jamie Dewitt, Nick Richard, Randy 
Hamilton, Glen Rates, Ricky Hale, Jeff Brigance. Third Row: Ass't Coach Park 
Genty, Mark King, Keith Anderson, Walter Kunau, Mike Tanner, Mark Rickard. 



Member Of National Federation of State High School Association 



Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 






AUGUST 1976 




KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS A BOYS 
University of Kentucky Sportscenter, Lexington, May 22, 1976 
Paris High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




(Left lo Right) Front Row: Mgr. Victor Tucker, Joe Calloway, Gregg Coons, Kevin Fitzwater, William Davis, Kevin 
Stiles. Second Row: Reggie Smith, Richard Ranson, Vincent Hawkins, Maurice Garrard, Euge,ne Young. Third Row: 
Coach Jim Shipp, Mike Withrow, Walter Parker, Mark Withrow, Perry Parker, Hal Clark. 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Dean, Madison 

2. Dohring, Ft. Campbell 

3. Weatherford, Russellville 

4. Volter. Dayton 

5. Frazier, Providence 

Time— 10.0 

220 Yard Dash— 

1. Dean, Madison 

2. Parks, Harrodsburg 

3. Killebrew. Russellville 

4. Rickelhoff, Lexington Catholic 

5. Volter, Dayton 

Time — 22.4 

440 Yard Dash— 

1. Hawkins. Paris 

2. Young. Paris 

3. Volter. Dayton 

4. Chappell, Campbellsville 

5. Mounce. Somerset 

Time— 51.4 

880 Yard Run — 

1. Mcintosh, Lexington Catholic 

2. Hawkins. Paris 

3. Pence. West Hardin 

4. Heise. Bellevue 

5. Adams. Jenkins 

Time— 1:59.0 

Mile Run — 

1. Dunbar. Providence 

2. Pence. West Hardin 

3. Arnold. Owen Co. 

4. Heise. Bellevue 

5. Depriest. Jenkins 

Time— 4:26 

2 Mile Run — 

1. Raines. Univ. Breckinridge 

2. Arnold. Owen County 

3. Adams. Jenkins 

4. Depreist, Jenkins 

5. Down. Bardstown 

Time— 9:57.8 

120 Yard High Hurdles— 

1. Walz. Bellevue 

2. Brissey, Owen Co. 

3. Beard, Russellville 

4. Clark, Lewisburg 

5. Ramsey, Berea 

Time — 14.7 



180 Yard Low Hurdles— 



1. Deaton. Green Co. 

2. Giancola, Bellevue 

3. Johnson. Murray 

4. Settle, Ludlow 

5. Phillips. Bardstown 


Time— 20.8 


880 Yard Relay— 

1 . Madison 

2. Russellville 

3. Paris 

4. Ft. Campbell 

5. Providence 






Time— 1:31 


Mile Relay — 

1. Paris 

2. Bellevue 

3. Lexington Catholic 

4. Ludlow 

5. Bardstown 


Time— 3:28.9 



Shot Put— 

1. Duvall, Anderson Co. 

2. Lane. Murray 

3. Barnes, Raceland 

4. Chimon, Williamsburg 

5. Gordon. Russellville 

Distance — 48' 9" 

High Jump — 

1. Richardson. Murray 

2. Ramsey, Berea 

3. Ahrens. Bellevue 

4. Davis. Paris 

5. Gross. McLean County 

Height— 6' 2' 

Pole Vault— 

1 Sparks. Dayton 

2. Dohring. Ft. Campbell 

3. Roach. Trigg Co. 

4. Chasteen. Berea 

5. Volter. Dayton 

Height— 12' 6' 

Long Jump — 

1. Killebrew, Russellville 

2. Smith, Paris 



3. Rogers, Bardstown 

4. Davis, Paris 

5. Brown, Trigg Co. 

Distance— 22' 5 7/8" 

Triple Jump^ 

1. Killebrew. Russell 

2. Ewald, Ky. Country Day 

3. Kimberlin, Bardstown 

4. Wilson. Ft. Campbell 

5. Sydnor. Russell 

Distance— 46' 4 1/2" 

Discus — 

1. Curry, Campbellsville 

2. Dorrsam, Ludlow 

3. Jones. Ballard Memorial 

4. Parker, Paris 

5. Howard. Rowan County 

Distance — 140' 9" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Paris 33 

Russellville 27 

Bellevue 21 

Madison 18 

Dayton 13 

Murray 13 

Ft. Campbell 12 

Lexington Catholic 11 

Owe^ County 11 

Bardstown 9 

Providence 8 

Ludlow 8 

Campbellsville 8 

Berea ' 

West Hardin 7 

Jenkins 7 

Anderson Co. 6 

Green Co. 6 

Univ. Breckinridge 6 

Harrodsburg 4 

Ky. Country Day ♦ 

Trigg Co. * 

Ballard Memorial 3 

Raceland 3 

Williamsburg 2 

Lewisburg 2 

Somerset 1 

McLean Co. 1 

Rowan Co. 1 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIX— No. 1 



AUGUST, 1976 



$1.00 Per Year 



NEW ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER 




V 



Dianne H. Caines 

Dianne H. Caines, State Supervisor of School 
Health Services in the Kentucky Department of 
Education for the past four years, has been named 
to the staff of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association as an Assistant Commissioner. She be- 
gan her duties July 15, 1976. 

Upon graduation from Caneyville High School 
in 1959, Ms. Caines enrolled in Western Kentucky 
University where she was elected a HiUtopper 
cheerleader for four years, military ball queen, 
brigade and battlegroup sponsor, class secretary, 
and named to "Who's Who Among American Col- 
leges and Universities." In 1963, Ms. Caines grad- 
uated from Western with a B. S. degree in physi- 
cal education. 

Ms. Caines taught girls' physical education 
and health at Lexington Lafayette High School 
from 1963-1969. She initiated and coached the 
Lafayette girls' track team from 1965-69. From 
1969-71, Ms. Caines taught girls' physical educa- 
tion, served as girls' golf coach, assistant girls' 
track coach and .junior high cheerleader sponsor 
in the Frankfort Independent Schools. 

In 1971, Ms. Caines obtained a M. A. degree 
in physical education from the University of Ken- 
tucky. 

The Kentucky Department of Education em- 
ployed Ms. Caines in 1972 to be the first super- 
visor of school health services for Kentucky's pub- 
lic schools. From 1972 till July 1976, she imple- 
mented and coordinated the health services pro- 
gram working with school health coordinators, 
nurses, local school and health department per- 
sonnel, and state education, health, and medical 
personnel. Ms. Caines holds memberships in vari- 
ous professional associations at the district, state 
and national level. She is currently secretary of 
the Kentucky School Health Association. 

Dianne Caines is married to Warner J. Caines, 
formerly of Ashland. They have one son, Christo- 
pher, age 20 months. They attend the Immanuel 
Baptist Church, Frankfort. 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
office, Lexington, on Saturday morning May 15, 
1976 The meeting was called to order by Presi- 
dent Louie Martin at 9:00, with Board members 
Arthur Hawkins, Denval Barriger, Eldon David- 
son, Jack Fultz, Cecil Reid, George Sauer, Gene 
Sell Frank Simpson and Ray Story; Acting Com- 
missioner Tom MiUs and Assistant Commissioners 
Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise present. Also in at- 
tendance were Mr. Conley Manning of the State 
Department of Education, Darrell Wells of the 
State School Boards Association and Board attor- 
ney Calvert T. Roszell. The invocation was given 
by Frank Simpson. 

Ray Story moved, seconded by Arthur Hawkins 
that the reading of the minutes of the April 15th 
meeting be waived since members of the Board 
had received copies of these minutes. The motion 
was carried unanimously. 

Prin. Pat Crawford and Ath. Dir. Jim Ruether 
came before the Board to request that Ballard 
High School be given permission to invite two 
out-of-state basketball teams to participate against 
Ballard High School and another Kentucky team, 
to be named later, in Freedom Hall, Louisville on 
December 21, 1976. These games would be known 
as the Stewart Kentucky Basketball Classic. Fol- 
lowing their presentation and a discussion by 
members of the Board, George Sauer moved, sec- 
onded by Denval Barriger that approval of the 
Stewart Kentucky Basketball Classic be given on 
a one year basis, contingent upon the complete ap- 
proval of the National Federation of State High 
School Associations. In the event that approval 
of the National Federation is received, permission 
to have future Stewart Kentucky Basketball Clas- 
sics must be submitted to the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association for approval or disap- 
proval. The action carried unanimously. 

Prin. Warren Featherston, Tales Creek High 
School, came before the Board to request that 
they consider K.H.S.A.A. sponsored competition 
in table tennis. Mr. Featherston presented results 
of a recent tournament held at Corbin High 
School and explained that many high schools were 
represented. Accompanying Mr. Featherston were 
several students who participated in this tourna- 
ment and each one spoke in favor of the request. 
Following the presentation, Mr. Mills was instruct- 
ed to poll the member schools to determine the 
amount of interest in this sport. President Msirtin 
informed Mr. Featherston that if sufficient interest 
were shown, the Board would consider sponsoring 
the sport. 

Mr. Mills requested that the Board consider 
setting a financial allowance for those schools par- 
ticipating in the Girls' State Basketball Tourna- 
ment. Following a financial report on the Tourna- 
ment, Gene Sell moved, seconded by George 
Sauer, that each participating school receive an 
allowance of $200.00 each. All members voted 
aye. 
Mr. Mills reported to the Board that the football 
(Continued on Page Five) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1976 



AUGUST, 1976 VOL. XXXIX— No. 1 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P, O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provid- 
ed for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. 

Editor — TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor DIANNE H. CAINES 

Assistant Editor __ LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President GEORGE E. SAUER (1974-1978) Louisville 

Vice-Pres. RAY STORY (1974-1978) Radcliff 

Directors __ Denval BarriTer (1975-1979), Bowlijng Green; 
Jack Burkich (1976-1980), Whitesburq; Eldon E. Davidson 
'1973-1977), Monticello; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), 
Louisville; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexinoton; Cecil 
Reid (1973-1977), Svmsonia; Paul Trimble (1976-1980), 
Paintsville. Conley Manni,ng, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

Subscription Rate Sl.OO per year 



C/^om Mc UO, 



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Attention, Principals and Superintendents! 

Each principal and superintendent will be 
supplied during the forthcoming school year with 
a card which will say: "Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association, This will Introduce (name of 
principal or superintendent), (name of school)." 
The card will be signed by the Commissioner. 
Most administrators of Association member 
schools admit to their home contests fellow ad- 
ministrators as a matter of school policy. How- 
ever, many times these visitors hesitate to iden- 
tify themselves to he ticket takers. The card men- 
tioned will assist in this identification. 

The identification cards are not to be consid- 
ered as regular season passes to home games of 
member schools of the K.H.S.A.A. The determin- 
ing factor in the cards being accepted as passes 
is the policy of the individual school. 

The identification card may be used for ad- 
mission to all events at the state level except the 
State Basketball Tournament. A different plan 
for issuing these passes, along with passes to the 
district and regional basketball tournaments, is 
provided in basketball tournament regulations. 



Minutes of Board Meeting 
June 11, 1976 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met in Louisville, 
Kentucky, on Friday, June 11, 1976. The meeting 
was called to order at 2:00 P.M. by President 
Louie Martin. Present were Board members Den- 
val Barriger, Eldon Davidson, Andew J. Fultz, 
Cecil Reid, George Sauer, Gene Sell, Frank B. 
Simpson, Ray Story and Arthur Hawkins. Mr. 
Darrell Wells was present representing the State 
School Boards Association. The invocation was 
given by George Sauer. 

Jack Fultz moved, seconded by Eldon Davidson, 
that the reading of the minutes of the May meet- 
ing be waived since members of the Board had 
received copies in the mail. The motion was car- 
ried unanimously. 

A delegation of football coaches came before 



the Board to discuss the recent change in By-Law 
27, which eliminated spring football practice. 
Following the presentation by Coach Wilson Sears 
and a lengthly discussion, it was requested that 
the group present their suggestions on regulations 
and restrictions of off-season football programs to 
the Commissioner prior to the July Board Meet- 
ing. President Martin assured the group that the 
topic will be discussed at the next Board meeting 
and that guidehnes will be formulated at that 
time. 

The Board then heard a request from Principal 
Arthur K. Draut, Waggener High School and 
Principal Irvin Rice, Westport High School, that 
the Board reconsider their decision to change 
soccer from a spring to a fall sport. Following 
their presentation, it was pointed out that of the 
twenty-four schools sponsoring a soccer eam, 
twelve of these requested soccer be changed to a 
fall sport and twelve requested that it remain a 
spring sport. At this point Ray Story moved, sec- 
onded by Eldon Davidson, that the K.H.S.A.A. not 
sponsor a state championship playoff in soccer 
ber schools be given the option of conducting the 
during the 1976-77 school year and that the mem- 
ber schools be given the option of conducting the 
sport in either season. The motion carried unani- 
mously. 

Mr. Mills presented the results of the recent 
opinion poll on the classification of basketball. 
He stated that of those responding to the poll, 128 
members favored the present plan while 114 
members were in favor of classification into either 
2, 3 or 4 classes. Eighty-one member schools did 
not respond to the poll. The results were turned 
over to the Basketball Committee for study and 
recommendations. 

President Martin requested that the Board go 
into executive session for discussion of salaries 
for the administrative staff and secretaries. At the 
conclusion of the session, Frank Simpson moved, 
seconded by Gene Sell that the salary of Com- 
missioner Tom Mills be set at $27,000.00; that the 
salaries of Assistant Commissioners Wise and 
Stout be set respectively at $22,000.00 and 
$19,500.00; and the secretaries receive an eight 
percent increase in their salaries. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

The next item on the agenda was the consid- 
eration of applicants for an additional member of 
the K.H.S.A.A. administrative staff, this to be a 
person who would assume on July 1, 1976, the 
duties of Assistant Commissioner. Commissioner 
Mills reviewed with the members of the Board 
the qualifications of thirteen persons who had 
applied for the position. After a considerable dis- 
cussion concerning the qualifications of the appli- 
cants Ray Story moved, seconded by Gene Sell, 
that Dianne Caines be elected to the position of 
Assistant Commissioner for a two year period, 
beginning July 1, 1976, her annual salary to be 
$17,000.00, The motion carried by a vote of 9-1. 

Jack Fultz moved, seconded by Cecil Reid, 
that all bills of the Association for the period be- 
ginning May 1, 1976, and ending May 31, 1976, be 
allowed. The motion was carried unanimously. 

The Board set July 30, 1976, as the date for its 
next meeting. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1976 



Page Three 



Kentucky's Game Guy 




Paul David Brown 

Paintsville High School 

The Game Guy trophy is annually awarded to 
the one athlete in the state of Kentucky who has 
overcome a physical handicap and participated in 
high school athletics. Paul David Brown was the 
unanimous choice of the K.H.S.A.A. for the award. 

At age seven Paul David had to wear a leg 
brace due to leg pertheis. Through his condition- 
ing program of leg weights and swimming, he 
earned three varsity letters in each of the three 
sports of football, basketball and baseball and got 
his tenth letter in track. He was twice named to 
the all-area team in football, twice all-tournament 
in district basketball play and was named all-area 
this year in basketball. 



THOMAS JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL 
1976 RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP CHAMPION 

The Thomas Jefferson High School Rifle Team 
won the State Rifle Championship on April 24, 
1976, with the team score of 1410. Jonny Minton 
of the Thomas Jefferson High Scrool won individ- 
ual honors. 

Ten teams competed in the tournament, which 
was held at the Jeffersontown High School, with 
Westport and Stuart high schools not firing a full 
team. Team and individual scores are as follows: 

Thomas Jefferson (1410) — Brandenburg 275, 
Layman 275, Meek 283, Minton 294, Hudgins 283. 

Fern Creek (1404) — Chadwell 279, Hudson 
286, Gentry 268, Rupe 287, White 284. 

Jeffersontown (1359) — FuUerton 280, Easton 
272, Bomar 276, Marean 264, Powell 267. 

Greenup County (1330) — De. Stephens 283, 
Da. Stephens 268, H. Bentley 264, P. Bentley 264, 
Waggener 251. 

Seneca (1316) — Bums 274, Edelen 271, Holm- 
quist 261, Blumenberg 261, Cook 249. 

Valley (1238) — Bowers 245, Wittenauer 245, 
Nazario 272, Owens 270, Ewing 206. 

Fort Knox (1228) — Thayer 262, Tanner 250, 
Brewer 255, Froebel 217, Coimer 244. 

Boubon County (1164) — Holland 248, Collins 
249, Shadis 238, Bland 216, McCall 213. 

Eastern (1126) — Kaiser 198, Sutton 256, Merta 
230, Martin 211, McDonald 231. 

Male (1118) — Worthington 213, Wise 194, Zim- 
merman 253, Stayton 239, O'Bannon 219. 



Doss High School 
1976 Boys' Golf Team Champion 



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(Left lo Right) Mark Smith. Denny Thompson, Coach 
Ed Lawson. David Witten, Scott Hunt. 



Individual Golf Winners — 1976 




(Left to Right) Tennye Ohr, Estill County High School, 
girls' individual golf winner with a 160 at the L. & N. 
Course; Howard Logan, Shelby County High School, 
boys' individual golf winner at the Anderson Golf Course, 
Fort Kpox. 



State Fencing Championship Results 
Boys' Team Finish 

1. Ballard 35, 2. Tates Creek 15, 3. North Har- 
din 10, 4. Westport 5. Others competing — Central, 
Atherton, Ft. Knox, Doss, Seneca. 
FOIL 
Finals — 1. Strumar, 2. Goodman, 3. Doyle, 4. 
Gates, 5. Gaunt, 6. Von Allmen. 
EPEE 
Finals— 1. Doyle, 2, Gates, 3. Strumar, 4. 
Goodman. 

SABRE 
Finals — 1. Goodman, 2. Doyle, 3. Gaunt, 4. 
Strumar. 

Girls' Team Finish 
1. Central 19, 2. Atherton, 3. Ballard, 4. West- 
port 5. Others competing — Doss, Seneca. 
FOIL 
Finals — 1. Fort, 2. Brown, 3. Ham, 4. Pappas, 
5. Carlon. 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1976 



71S.00 

1,000.00 

63.00 

2.280.00 

1,065.55 

60,000.00 

50,000.00 

1,232.60 
205.48 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASS'N 

PERIOD FROM JULY 1. 1975, TO JUNE 30, 1976 

STATEMENT OF 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

(These figures have been certified and we have a report 
on file in our office.) 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance in checking account July 1, 1975 5100,346.38 

Annual Dues: 313 @ $3.00 S 939.00 

Official Dues 26,100.00 

(Football 787, Basketball 1555, 

Baseball 608, Wrestling 67) 

Officials' Fi^es 

Grant — Kentucky H. S. Coaches 

Ass'n - -_ 

Redeposits (Bad checks made good) 
Advertising (Magazine 8i Directory) __ 

Sale of Publications -- 

Matured — U. S. Treasury Bill 

Matured — Certificate of Deposit 
Ky. Educational Division Regional 

Clinics 

Interest — Certificate of Deposit 

Transferred — Boys' State Basketball 

Tour. Acc't 254,421.64 

Transferred — Girls' State Basketball 

Tour. Acc't. 11,134.60 

Refunds 263.37 

Receipts — State Baseball Tour;iament 1,513.00 
Football Playoffs: 

A, AA, AAA Ticket 

Sales S 18,319.00 

AAAA Ticket Sales 23,828.00 

Program Profit 509.50 42,656.50 

Receipts — State Wrestling 

Tournament 5,850.00 

Receipts — State Soccer Tournament 1,152.00 
Receipts — Track Meets (A, AA, AAA) 4,269.30 
Receipts — State Swimming Meets -. 880.00 

Receipts — State Gymnastics Meet _. 552.00 

Program Profit — deposited late — 

1975 Boys State Basketball Tour. 

Total Receipts 5567,626.21 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Board of Control Expense 5 10,398.10 

Commissioner's Salary (Base Sal. $26,500) 19,096.97 

Expense Commissioner's Office 1,810.88 

Ass't Commissioners' Salaries 

(Base Sal. 557,500) 42,246.50 

Travel Expense — Ass't. Commissioners 3,227.67 

Secretarial Salaries 15,408.63 



2986.79 467,279.83 



Janitorial Service 

Postage . 

Office Supplies ._ . 

Janitorial Supplies 

Insurance 

Equipment Repairs & Service Contracts .. 

Blue Cross, Blue Shield 

Building Repairs & Grounds Maintenance 
Utilities 



2,117.28 

5,929.99 

2,529.50 

126.05 

3.687.60 

1,275.00 

3,284.01 

818.43 

2.852.22 

Telephone and Telegraph 4,348.90 



Printing 

Appropriation to KAPOS 

Appropriation to Ky. H. S. Ath. Directors 

Purchase of Publications - 

Delegates of National Fed. Meetings 

National Federation Dues 

Legal Services _ 

Film Rental 

Audit __ 

Refunds 

Bad Checks 

Taxes a^id Withholdings: 

Federal Income Tax Withheld 5 17,268.40 
Social Security 10,628.92 



8,697.80 

300.00 

300.00 

11,211.85 

5,386.26 
285.77 

1,511.01 
465.17 

1,190.00 
109.43 
264.00 



2,260.54 
3,866.47 
3,205.95 

154.63 

813.35 

4,990.49 

4,990.49 48,179.24 



City License Fee Withheld 

Stale Income Tax Withheld . 

State Sales Tax 

Federal Unemployment Tax 

State Unemployment Tax _ __ 

Teachers' Retirement — 

Deduction 

Teachers' Retirement — 

Employment Contribution 

Catastrophic Insurance 10,500.00 

Certificates of Deposits 200,000.00 

Magazine: 

Printing & Engraving 10,240.33 

Mailing ^ 500.00 

Officials' Division: 

State Clinic Expenses __ 2,525.48 

Liability Insurance 8,717.13 

Assigning Sec'ys Meetings . 1,457.28 

Officials' Emblems 1,804.83 



10,740.33 



Swimming: 

State Committee Expense 

Trophies 8c Awards 

Officials (State Meets) 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 
(State Meets) 

Golf: 

Mileage & Local Entertainment . 

Trophies & Awards 

Regional Tournament Expenses -- 
State Tournament Expenses 

Tennis: 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 

Trophies & Balls 

Expenses — Tournament Managers 
Regional Expenses 

Track: 

Regional Expenses 

Trophies & Awards 

Officials (State Meets) 

Mileage & Local Entertainment __ 

Printing _ 

Ticket Sellers & Takers 

Miscellaneous Expense 

Baseball: 

Trophies & Awards 

Baseballs (State Tourn.) 

Transportation (State Toui;i.) 

Meals (State Tourn.) 

Lodging (State Tourn.) 

Ticket Sellers & Takers 

(State Tourn.) 

Scorer (State Tourn.) 

Umpires (State Tourn.) 

Expenses — Ass't Managers 

Groundsmen (State Tourn.) 

Cross Country: 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 

(State Meets) 

Trophies and Awards .. — 

Expenses — Regional Meets - 

Expenses — State Meets 

Football Playoffs: 

Printing 

Trophies & Awards _ 

Transportation 

Lodging 

Meals - 

Field Rentals & Add. Labor 

Officials — 

Ticket Sellers & Takers 

P. A. & Scoreboard 

Footballs _- 

Incidental Expenses — 

Board Grant -- 

Towel Service 

Press Box Expenses 

Special Police 

Honorarium & Expenses 

Games Managers 

Ambulance Service 

Miscellaneous Expenses 

Usher Service 

Rifle Marksmanship: 

Mileage & Local Entertainment __ 

Trophies & Awards _ 

Officials , 

Miscellaneous Expenses 

Wrestling: 

Expenses State Committee 

Trophies & Awards 

Officials 

Mileage & Local Entertainment __ 

New Equipment __ 

Printing 

Rentals ^ 

Custodial Service 

Police -_ - 

Film 

Miscellaneous Expenses 

Ticket Sellers 8t Takers 

Soccer: 

Trophies 
Fencing: 

Trophies 
Expenses 
Gymnastics: 
Expenses 
Trophies 



614.26 

1,212.11 

385.00 

4,446.35 6,657.72 



2,535.70 

2,474.10 

180.47 

841.25 

1,452.92 

4,650.80 

366.90 

59.00 

1,995.25 

10,247.57 

1,738.23 

9,637.64 

148.12 

105.00 

407.09 

2,229.70 
166.50 
383.74 

1,125.00 
630.00 

30.00 

75.00 

441.00 

125.78 

188.71 



2,216.20 

5,105.22 

61.45 

128.00 

379.50 

1,168.50 

1,547.00 

1,824.00 

3,496.00 

4,341.70 

1,177.20 

550.96 

175.00 

218.00 

8,000.00 
65.00 
51.25 

1,049.68 



& Awards 



& Av^ards 

— State Tournament 



— State Committee _- 

& Awards 

Officials (State Meets) 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 

Regional Meet Expenses 

Total Disbursements . 

Receipts 

Disbursements 



6,031.52 



6,529.62 



24,278.90 



172.47 
350.48 



427.77 
512.82 
964.42 
358.03 
48.00 



5,395.43 



7,510.87 



405.00 
290.00 
159.57 
317.75 25,216.11 



225.60 
114.35 
35.00 
60.00 434.95 

680.29 
1,429.90 
1,422.80 
2,404.40 

118.37 

146.90 

245.00 

231.00 

213.50 
75.00 

275.24 

175.00 



7,417.40 



60.20 



522.95 



2.311.04 
_S525,150.E2 
-$567,626.21 
. 525.150.62 



14,504.72 Cash Balance S 42.475.59 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1976 



Page Five 



BANK RECONCILEMENT: 

Balance per bank statemenl, June 30, 1976 

Less Outstanding Checks: 



$ 14.75 
43.00 
26.00 
9.00 
39.00 
10.80 

130.00 

6.72 

47.80 

34.20 

17.10 

113.60 
47.80 

145.25 
62.97 
52.00 
62.97 
39.00 
26.00 

304.16 
56.90 

306.32 
50,000.00 



$ 94,070.93 



No. 


1981 


No. 


2081 


No. 


2108 


No. 


2116 


No. 


2132 


No. 


2162 


No. 


21!;6 


No. 


2137 


No. 


2178 


No. 


2210 


No. 


2220 


No. 


2239 


No. 


2254 


No. 


2269 


No. 


2304 


No. 


2308 


No. 


2319 


No. 


2325 


No. 


2327 


No. 


2346 


No. 


2351 


No. 


2355 


No. 


2356 



True Bank Balance June 30, 1976 



1976 BOYS' STATE BASKETBALL 

TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 



RECEIPTS: 

Ticket Sales 

Radio Fees 

Television Fee 

Profit on Program 
Redeposits -_ 

Refund 

Postage __ 



.$329,015.00 

_ 7,500.00 

_ 10,500.00 

1,738.99 

176.00 

271.00 

67.37 $349,268.36 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing 

Trophies and Awards 

Postage - 

Refunds . 

Insurance „ 

Incidental Expenses (IG) Teams 

Transportation 

Lodging 

Meals 

Coliseum Rental 

Officials fees and expenses 

Scorers & Timers 

Shot Chart Keepers & Statisticians 

Ushers __ 

Ticket Sellers, Takers & Guards _ 

P. A. Announcers 

Telephone & Telegraph 

Towel Service 

Milk Bar expenses -- 

Miscellaneous expenses — 

Tournament Manager 

Honorariums and expenses — 

Assistant Tournament Managers 

Bad Checks 

Soloist __ 

State Sales Tax 

Hospitality Room Expenses 

Transfer of Funds — Amount Transferred 

K.H.S.A.A. as Tournament Profit 

True Bank Balance June 30, 1976 __ _ 



,677.86 
833.92 
542.45 
115.75 
884.00 

,000.00 
123.80 

,019.83 
018.21 
515.00 

,652.41 
940.00 
745.00 

,570.00 

,858.05 
390.00 
172.64 
330.00 
253.40 

137.20 



15 



,670.21 

176.00 
20.00 

966.99 

152.00 $ 94,846.72 
to 

5254,421.64 

-0- 



1976 GIRLS' STATE BASKETBALL 

TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS; 

Ticket Sales $ 41,719.00 



Radio Fees 

Profit on Programs 

Postage __ _ 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing 

Trophies and Awards 

Postage 

Refund 

Incidental Expenses (16] 

Transportation __ 

Lodging 

Meals - . __ 

Coliseum Rental 

Officials Fees and Expenses 

Scorers and Timers 

Ushers 



530.00 
753 38 

4^50 $ 43,006.88 



Teami 



1,097.15 

833.92 

65.69 

9.49 

3,200.00 

1,767.36 

4,694.24 

9,303.00 

2,498.40 

1,957.25 

468.00 

353.00 



2,147.10 

22.99 

53.50 

117.50 

1,321.90 

1,961.79 $ 31,872.28 



Ticket Sellers, Takers and Guards _ 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Towel Service 

Miscellaneous expenses - Tour. Mgr. 
Honorariums and Expenses — 

Assistant Tournament Managers _ 

Sales Tax 

Transfer of Funds — Amount transferred to 

K.H.S.A.A. as Tournament Profit $ 11,134.60 

True Bank Balance June 30, 1976 -0- 

1975-76 K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT 
TRUST FUND 
RECEIPTS: 

Balance July 1, 1975 $ 12.693.17 

Interest received — Certificates o£ Deposit 3,159.06 

Total Receipts _$ 15,852.23 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Insurance Premiums $ 1,565.05 

Retirement Payments 4,200.00 5,765.05 

Cash Balance $ 10,087.18 

K.H.S.A.A. ASSETS: 

Cash Balance — 1st Security National Bank 

8t Trust Co. _- S 42,475.59 

Savings Certificate — 1st Security National 

Bank & Trust Co. 100,000.00 

Savings Certiiicate — Lincoln County 

National Bank 50,000.00 

Total Funds on Hand, June 30, 1976 $192,475.59 

Estimated Value of K.H.S.A.A. Building 

and Equipment 342,577.25 

Total K.H.S.A.A. Assets $535,052.84 

K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT FUND ASSETS: 

Cash Balance — 1st Security National Bank 

& Trust Co. $ 10,087.18 

Bank of Commerce — Certificate of Deposit 20.000.00 

Central Bank & Trust Co. — Certificates 12,000.00 

1st Federal S. & L. Ass'n — Certificates 10,000.00 

1st Federal S. & L. Ass'n — Certificates 5,000.00 

1st Security National Bank & Trust Co. — 

Savings Account 30,351.42 

Total Retirement Fund Assets $87,438.60 



Board Minutes — May 15, 1976 

(Continued from Page One) 
referendum to eliminate spring football practice 
received the necessary two-thirds vote for passage 
and will go into effect July 1, 1970. 

President Martin stated that the next order of 
business was the election of President and Vice- 
President of the Board. Denval Barriger moved, 
seconded by Frank Simpson, that George Sauer 
be elected President of the Board of Control for 
1976-77. The motion passed unanimously. Eldon 
Davidson then moved, seconded by Arthur Haw- 
kins, that Ray Story be elected Vice-President for 
1976-77. This motion also passed unanimously. The 
newly elected officers will assume their duties on 
July 1, 1976. 

Gene Sell made the motion that a plaque be 
presented to all retiring employees and outgoing 
Board of Control members of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association in appreciation for 
their service to the Association. The plaque is to 
be in the form of an outline of the state with a star 
present indicating the Regions served. The presen- 
tations are to be made during the July meeting 
each year beginning in 1976. Ray Story seconded 
the motion and all members voted aye. 

At this point President Martin called the 
Board into an executive meeting and requested 
that the Acting Commissioner and Assistant Com- 
missioners leave the room. 

Ray Story, Chairman of the Retirement Com- 
mittee made the following recommendation. As 
provided for in Article XV of the K.H.S.A.A. Pen- 
sion Plan Agreement dated June 5, 1970, that due 
to his illness, Mr. Joe Billy Mansfield be placed 
(Continued on Page Fifteen) 



Page Six 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1976 



1976 Kentucky State High School Swimming Meet 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky, April 9-10, 1976 



TEAM SCORING— CLASS AA GIRLS 



TEAM 


-art 






-0 u 




1>- 

2^ 


1i 


§1 

mm 


n 






3.1 
i2£ 


Notre Dame 


20 


15 


16 


14 


28 


25 


12 


23 








24 


177 


Villa Madonna 


32 


16 


23 


8 


2 


3 


22 


2 


13 


24 


32 


177 


Paul Blazer 


8 


15 


12 





16 


12 


11 


15 


5 


11 


22 


127 


Highlands 


22 


15 


5 


2 


3 


3 





11 


1 


26 


20 


108 


Model 


24 





11 


19 








13 


16 





17 





100 


Beechwood 


26 








11 


5 


11 


12 


9 


21 








95 


Russell 





13 


13 


12 





10 








13 


5 


26 


92 


Franklin Co. 





9 








13 


4 


19 











18 


63 


Simon Kenton 


10 


7 


10 














12 


16 








55 


Danville 


2 


2 





10 











5 


12 





14 


45 


Dixie Heights 


18 








4 


14 





4 





2 


1 





43 


Eliza bethtown 


4 





3 








5 








3 


9 


10 


34 


Conner 











13 





13 

















26 


Louisville Collegiate 


6 


1 








12 


7 

















26 


Fort Knox 


14 
































14 


Christian Co. 
































8 


8 


Woodford Co. 


























7 








7 


Hopkinsville 
































6 


4 


Campbell Co. 
































4 


4 



Frankfort, Lloyd, Madisonville, Murray, Newport, Scott Co., St. Henry 



1. ZOO Yard Medley Relay- 
Villa Madonna 2:00.6 1. 

Beechwood 2:02.6 2. 

Model 2:03.8 3. 

Highlands 2:04.2 4. 

Notre Dame 2:05.4 5. 

Dixie Heights 2:09.9 6. 

2. 200 Yard Freeslyle— 

M. Dressman, Villa Madonna . 1:56.9 1. 

McConnal Russell 2:04.1 2. 

Rechtin, Highlands 2:06.5 3. 

Bellendorf, Notre Dame 2:07.1 4. 

Craycraft, Paul Blazer 2:08.6 5. 

Hilborn, Franklin Co. 2:10.1 6. 

3. 200 Yaid Individual Medley- 
Rust, Notre Dame 2:19.0 1. 

Russell, Russell 2:20.9 2. 

Davis, Paul Blazer 2:21.9 3. 

J. Dressman. Villa Madonna _ 2:25.0 4. 

Roller, Simon Kenton 2:25.6 5. 

SaaUeld. Model 2:27.4 6. 

4. 50 Yard Freestyle— 

SaaUeld, Model :25.4 1. 

Turner, Conner :26.0 2. 

Permington, RusseU :26.0 3. 

Ahlers, Beechwood :26.2 4, 

Pesci, Danville :26.4 5. 

Brungs. Notre Dame :26.5 6. 



5. Fancy Diving — 

Neyer, Paul Blazer 472.60 

Layton, Dixie Heights 334.75 

Drybrough, Collegiate 327.25 

Durrett, Notre Dame 293.00 

Crail, Notre Dame 286.75 

Fossell, Franklin Co. 286.65 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly- 
Rust, Notre Dame 

Turner, Conner 

Davis, Paul Blazer 

Heidrich, Beechwood 

Russell, RusseU 

Pauley, Notre Dame 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle— 
M. Dressman, Villa Madonna 

Saalfeld, Model 

Boerger, Beechwood 

Craycraft, Paul Blazer 

Rougeux, Franklin Co. 

Hilborn, Franklin Co. 

8. 500 Yard Freestyle— 

M. Bellendorf, Notre Dame — 5:37.7 

Saalfeld, Model 5:39.0 

Feagan, Simon Kenton 5:40.5 

Wilson, Paul Blazer 5:46.4 

Rechtin, Highlands 5:50.4 

Heidrich, Beechwood 5:55.2 



02.0 
03.6 
04.1 
04.3 
04.3 
06.7 

54.4 
56.5 
58.2 
:58.8 
59.9 
00.1 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke— 

1. Roller, Simon Kenton 1:04.1 

2. McConneU, Russell 1:04.3 

3. Pesci, Danville 1:05.9 

4. Boerger, Beechwood 1:08.4 

5. Ashlers. Beechwood 1:09.3 

6. Rippe, Villa Madonna 1:10.6 



10. 100 Yard Breaststroke— 

1. Cull, Highlands 1:11.4 

2. Dressman, Villa Madonna 1:14.2 

3. Mills, Model 1:14.3 

4. Conley, Paul Blazer 1:14.9 

5. Moeller, Highlands 1:15.4 

6. Lynch, Elizabethtown 1:15.7 



11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay — 

1. Villa Madonna 3:52.9 

2. Russell 3:53.9 

3. Notre Dame 3:56.4 

4. Paul Blazer 3:58.0 

5. Highlands 4:08.6 

6. Franklin County 4:12.5 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1976 



Page Seven 



Kentucky State High School Swimming Meet 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky, April 9-10, 1976 
TEAM SCORING — CLASS AA BOYS 



TEAM 


1 

Of 

§1 




2 "o 


n3 It 




1=- 


§1 


n3 


11 

§1 


r- pa 


i 

§i 


S.H 


Paul Blazer 


22 


25 


13 


1 


18 


9 


22 


26 


23 





24 


183 


Dixie Heights 


32 


11 


P 


12 





29 


10 


11 


16 


11 


18 


167 


Covington Catholic 


26 


20 


3 





4 


15 


13 


13 


12 


11 


26 


143 


Highlands 


6 





16 


34 


13 





23 





11 


3 


32 


138 


Franklin Co. 





10 








9 





11 


10 





4 


22 


66 


Hopkinsville 


24 


6 





4 





3 





7 


2 


12 





58 


Model 


14 





4 


2 


21 














5 


8 


54 


Danville 


18 








5 


3 














2 


20 


48 


Lexington Catholic 





5 


12 











7 


7 


13 








44 


Fort Knox 


10 





11 








1 











16 





38 


Russell 


4 





5 


3 


7 


5 


3 


3 








4 


34 


Jessamine Co. 





16 

















16 











32 


Christian Co. 








9 








12 














10 


31 


Lloyd 


2 














9 











20 





31 


Conner 


20 


U 





9 


u 




















29 


Woodford Co. 











13 














- 


9 





20 


Newport Catholic 














5 

















14 


19 


Covington I..atin 











10 














4 








14 


Ky. Country Day 

















10 


•i 














14 


St. Henry 














12 




















12 


Elizabethtown 


s 
































8 


Greenville 








3 

















5 








8 


Campbell Co. 














1 

















6 


7 


Newport 
































2 


2 



Bourbon Co., University Breckinridge, Frankfort, Ky. School f/t Deaf, Madisonville, Murray 



1. 200 Yard Medley Relay- 
Dixie Heights 1 

Covington Catholic 1 

Hopkinsville 1 

Paul Blazer 1 

Conner 1 

Danville 1 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle- 
Shine, Jessamine Co. 1 

Flerlage, Covington Cath. __ 1 

Hacker, Paul Blazer 1 

Bright, Dixie Heights 1 

Oliver, Franklin Co. 1 

Strait, Paul Blazer 1 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley- 

McGee, Highlands 2 

Stamper, Paul Blazer 2 

Gallagher, Lexington Cath. __ 2 

Messer, Fort Knox 2 

Pleasants, Dixie Heights 2 

Davis, Christian Co. 2 

4. SO Yard Freestyle 

Barbiea, Highlands 

Fisher, Woodford Co. 

Bright, Dixie Heights 

Neal, Highlands 

Goosmann, Cov. L,atin 

Helmig, Conner 



5. Fancy Diving — 

:44.1 1. Goddard, Paul Blazer 505.75 

:46.1 2. Schulte. Highlands 376.75 

:50.3 3. Towe, St. Henry 342.50 

:52.4 4. Harris, Model 316.45 

:55.6 5. Creamer. Model 308.35 

:55.9 6. Amoto, Franklin Co. 299.45 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly— 

:47.6 1. Williams. Dixie Heights :54.3 

:48.5 2. Bright, Dixie Heights :55.9 

;51.4 3. Ben Davis, Christian Co. :57.3 

:52.6 4. Bodkin. Covington Cath. :58.0 

;55.4 5. Blythe, Ky. Country Day :58.6 

:55.5 6. Goodpaster, Lloyd ;59.1 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle— 

;02.0 1. McGee, Highlands :48.9 

:04.6 2. Klaine. Covington Cath. :51.6 

:06.9 3. Norris, Paul Blazer :52.2 

:08.2 4. Rarrell, Franklin Co. :52.8 

:08.6 5. Bright, Dixie Heights :53.7 

:0B.8 6. Strait, Paul Blazer :54.2 

McGee set a new state record in this 

23.1 event with his time of :48.9. 
23.3 8. SOO Yard Freestyle— 

23.9 1. Shine, Jessamine Co. 4:48.7 

24.3 2. Hackler, Paul Blazer 4:49.6 

24.6 3. Flerlage, Covington Cath. .. 5:05.0 

25.2 4. Bright, Dixie Heights 5:10.4 



5:16.8 
5:18.8 
with 



:55.5 
:56.5 
:57.9 
:58.0 
1:01.0 
1:01.2 



5. Oliver, Franklin Co. 

6. Wyse, Paul Blazer 

Shine set a new state record 

his time of 4:48.7. 

9. 100 Yard Backstroke 

Williams, Dixie Heights 

Gallagher, Lexington Cath. __ 

Stamper, Paul Blazer 

Barbiea, Highlands 

Norris. Paul Blazer 

Rutemiller, Covington Cath. _ 
Williams set a new state record with 

his time of :S5.5. 

10. 100 Yard Breaststroke— 

Messer, Fort Knox 1:01.6 

Goodpaster, Lloyd 1:04.5 

Brandt. Hopkinsville 1:05.3 

Pleasants, Dixie Heights -- 1:05.6 

Hugan, Covington Cath. 1:06.8 

Peck, Woodford Co. 1:06.8 

Messer set a new state record with 

his lime of 1:10.6. 

11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay- 
Highlands 3:27.9 

Covington Catholic 3:31.3 

Paul Blazer 3:32.7 

Franklin County 3:39.2 

Danville 3:48.2 

Dixie Heights 3:54.4 



Page Eight 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1976 



Kentucky' High School Baseball Tournament 



Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky, June 3 - 4, 1976 



Qft'ensboro 


3 






2 


Owensboro 1 




Laurel County 


New-port CathoUc 


Owensboro 




4 


ElizabethtowTi 




New-port Catholic 


5 









Tonmamenl Officials 

Scoop Brown. Lexington 
Martin Frobel. Fort Knox 
Robert Kouns. South Shore 
Richard Urlage, Ft. Tnomas 



1976 STATE SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP 



May 24 - 28, 1976 



Waggener 















Waggener 






Thomas Jefferson 




Ballard 









Ballard 1 








Moore 







Ballard 3 




Ballard 


3 












Bardstown 











Atherton 


2 


Atherton 2 








Atherton 






1 


Eastern 




Kv. Country- Day 












2 


















8 




Ballard 


Lafayette 




Doss 


1 


Lafayette 1 








Westport 









Westport 3 


4 






Pleasiu-e Ridge Pk. 




2 


Westport 2 




Westport 


6 














Bye 












Oldham County 


Oldham County 1 








Central 




Bethlehem 











Stuart 


2 




2 










Central 


3 


Central 



















THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST. 1976 



Page Nine 



Forty-Third Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament — Boys 
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, June 4 - 5, 1976 

SINGLES 

QUARTER- SEMI- 
FINALS FINALS FINALS 
M. Buecher-St. Xavier 





B. Leasure-Russell 


M. Buecher 


M. Buecher 






6-0; 6-1 
J. Jones 






S. Plain-Owensboro 






6-0; 6-1 
M. Behr 




S. Shadowen-Bish. David 


J. Jones-Franklin-Simpson 
6-4; 6-4 




J. Jones-Franklin-Simp. 


7-5; 6-3 
M. Behr 




T. D'Angelo-Gec. Clark 
7-5; 6-0 


B. Buecher 




T. D'Angelo-G. R. Clark 










B. Schutzman-New. Cath. 


M. Behr-Atherton 






6-0; 6-2 
D. Gunther 










R. Vories-Highlands 


6-2; 3-6; 6-1 






D. Gunther-Eastem 






6-2; 6-2 







P. Lang-Waggener 


P. Lang 


P. Lang 


M. a 
M. Purcell 




B. Landrum-Harrodsburg 




6-2; 6-2 
B. Hoppe 




B. Hoppe-Sayre 




6-2; 6-2 
M. Purcell 


J. Lykins-Lewis County 


T. Scott-Henderson Co. 
6-2; 6-3 




T* Rpntt-TTpndpr^nn Cn 


6-0; 6-0 
R. Wessel 




W. Bradley-Henry Clay 
6-3; 6-4 


J. Johnson-Owensboro 








W. Bradley-Henry Clay 


R. Wessel-Bishop David 




6-4; 2-6; 7-5 
M. Purcell 










T. Morton-BowUng Green 


6-0; 6-0 






M. Purcell-Murray 






6-0; 6-0 





DOUBLES 



Paducah Tilghman 





Tates Creek 


Pad. Tilghman 






Paul Blazer 


7-5; 6-1 
Paul Blazer 


Paul Blazer 




Ballard 






6-3; 6-0 




Elizabethtown 


Paul Blazer 
7-5; 6-1 




Danville 


6-4; 6-1 




St. Xavier 


Danville 






7-6; 7-5 


Western 


6-0; 6-2 
Highlands 


Danville 








1-6; 6-3; 7-5 
St. Xavier 


St. Xavier 






Glasgow 






6-4; 6-0 






St. Xavier 






6-3; 6-1 







Page Ten 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1976 



Seventeenth Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament — Girls 
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, June 4 - 5, 1976 

SINGLES 
QUARTER- SEMI- 
FINALS FINALS 



FINALS 



B. Ramser-Presentation 


B. Ramser 


B. Ramser 


B. Ramser 


B. Ramser 








Bye 


M. Forman 








M. Forman-Somerset 


6-0; 6-1 
G. Nutter 








uye 


G. Gussler 








G. Gussler-Russell 


6-3; 6-0 
S. Nolan 








Bye 


G. Nutter 








G. Nutter-Paris 


6-2; 6-2 
S. Nolan 




Bye 




S. Nolan 








S. Nolan-Sacred Heart 


6-4; 6-3 

A. 

Dougherty 




Bye 




J. O'Bryan 








J. O'Bryan-Owensboro 


6-2; 6-2 

S. Kuhlman 




Bye 






M. Jackson 




M. Jackson-Henderson 




6-2; 6-3 

A, Dougherty 




Bye 




S. Kuhlman 




S. Kuhlman-Notre Dame 




R. Fugua-Russellville 


6-4; 6-3 

A. Dougherty 






6-1; 6-3 

A. Dougherty 




A. Dougherty-Sacred Heart 


B. Ramser 


Bye 


6-1; 6-1 




S. Eggleton 




S. Eggleton-Russellville 




Bye 


6-0; 6-0 
T. Wheeler 






J. Rupert 




J. Rupert-Boyd County 




Bye 


5-7; 7-5; 6-3 
C. Watson 






T. Wheeler 




T. Wheeler-Tates Creek 




Bye 


6-1; 6-0 
L. Scheper 






L. Scheper 




L. Scheper- Villa Madonna 




Bye 




6-2; 6-1 






C. Jackson 




C. Jackson-Murray 




Bye 


6-1; 6-1 
C. Watson 




J. Norris-Owensboro 


C. Watson 








C. Watson-Model 


Default 






6-2; 3-6; 6-2 
L. Martin 




Bye 




L. Martin-Southern 


Default 





THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1976 



Page Eleven 



DOUBLES 



SEMI- 
FINALS 



FINALS 



BaUard 


Ballard 


Ballard 


Ballard 








Bye 


Highlands 








Highlands 


6-3; 6-3 
Bourbon County 




Bye 




Bourbon County 








Bourbon County 


6-3; 6-3 
Murray 








Bye 


Glasgow 








George R. Clark 


6-0; 6-4 

Ky. Country Day 




Glasgow 




6-4; 4-6; 6-2 
Ky. Country Day 


Ballard 


Ky. Country Day 


6-3; 4-6; 7-6 


Bye 




Owensboro 








Owensboro 


6-1; 6-4 
Murray 




Bye 




Paul G. Blazer 








Paul G. Blazer 


6-2; 6-2 




Bye 




Murray 




Murray 




6-1; 7-5 




Bye 











KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS AA BOYS 

University of Kentucky Sportscenter, Lexington, May 22, 1976 

Paducah Tilghman High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Fucci, Tales Creek 

2. Burbage, Bryan Station 

3. Nutter, Montgomery Co. 

4. Boulware, North Hardin 

5. Glindmeyer, Covington Catholic 

Time— 10.0 

220 Yard Dash— 

1. Fucci, Tates Creek 

2. Boulware, North Hardin 

3. Burbage, Bryan Station 
4 Irvin, Hopklnsville 

5. Mims, Meade Co. 

Time— 22.0 

440 Yard Dash— 

1. Boulware, North Hardin 

2. WiUiford, Bowling Green 

3. Cummings, Warren Central 

4. Irvin, HopkinsviUe 

5. Howard, Campbell Co. 

Time— 43.9 

880 Yard Run— 

1. Thomas, Henry Clay 

2. Thomas, East Carter 

3. Gnmibach, Paducah Tilghman 

4. Farley, Henderson Co. 

5. Deer, Christian Co. 

Time — 1:57.3 



Mile Run — 

1. Creekmore, Whitley Co. 

2. Khouri. Paducah Tilghman 

3. Lott, Apollo 

4. Grumbach, Paducah Tilghman 

5. Dant, Henry Clay 

Time— 4:19.3 

2 Mile Run — 

1. Creekmore, Whitley Co. 

2. Khouri, Paducah Tilghman 

3. Mooreman, Daviess Co. 

4. Lott, Apollo 

5. Adkisson, Lloyd 

Time— 9:36.3 

120 Yard High Hurdles— 

1. Stoder, Paducah Tilghman 

2. O'Hara. Highlands 

3. DeUer, Bowling Green 

4. Miller, Union Co. 

5. Johnson, Bryan Station 

Time— 14.5 

180 Yard Low Hurdles— 

1. Boulware, North Hardin 

2. Brown, Owensboro Catholic 

3. Miller, Union Co. 

4. Scott, Newport 

5. Johnson, Bryan Station 

Time— 20.1 



880 Yard Relay— 

1. Bowling Green 

2. Bryan Station 

3. Lafayette 

4 Paducah Tilghman 
5. Ashland 



Time— 1:30.5 



Mil© Relay — 

1. Bowling Green 

2. Christian Co. 

3. Henderson 

4. Bryan Station 

5. Paducah Tilghman 

Time— 3:23.5 

Shot Put— 

1. Stuart, Glasgow 

2. Meenach, Boyd Co. 

3. Dawson, Oldham Co. 

4. Pendery, Highlands 

5. Orr, Tates Creek 

Distance — 60' 4" 

High Jump— 

1. Mays, Danville 

2. Stroder, Paducah Tilghman 

3. Mason, Bryan Station 

4. Ray, Warren Central 

5. Daugherty, Danville 

Height— «■ 5" 



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Pole Vault— 

1. Marshall, Woodford Co. 

2. Vaughn, Henderson 

3. Deters, Covington Catholic 
3, Potter, Henderson Co, 

5. Gibson, Madison Central 
5. Routson, Christian Co. 

Height— 13' 6" 

Long Jump — 

1. Mayes, Paducah Tlighman 

2. Jones, Madisonville 

3. Rogers, Bullitt Central 

4. Lewis, Hopkinsville 

5. Thomas, Ashland 

Distance— 22' 3" 

Triple Jump — 

1. Mason, Bryan Station 

2. Buford, Glasgow 

3. Mayes, Paducah Tilghman 

4. Boulware, North Hardin 

5. Smith, LaRue Co. 

Distance — 45' 2 3/4" 



Discus — 

1. Stuart, Glasgow 

2. Whitman, Tates Creek 

3. Lewis, Bryan Station 

4. Kratch, Oldham Co. 

5. Cromwell, Paducah Tilghman 

Distance — 149' 



TOTAL POINTS 

Paducah Tilghman 36 

Bryan Station 27 

North Hardin 20 

Bowling Green 19 

Tates Creek 17 

Glasgow IG 

Whitley Co. 12 

Henry Clay 7 

Henderson 7 

Danville 7 

Hopkinsville 6 

Woodford Co. 6 

Highlands 6 



Christian Co. s>^ 

Oldham Co. s 

Union Co. s 

Apollo __ s 

Warren Central s 

Henderson Co. 4% 

Madisonville 

Boyd Co. 

Owensboro Catholic 

East Carter 

Covington Catholic 3V^ 

Lafayette __ 3 

Montgomery Co. 3 

Daviess Co. 3 

Bullitt Central 3 

Newport 2 

LaRue Co. 

Ashland 

Campbell Co. 

Meade Co. 

Lloyd 

Maso^ Co. 

Madison Central ^^ 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS AA GIRLS 

University of Kentuck-y Sportscenter, Lexington, May 22, 1976 

Bryan Station High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 



60 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Lynn, Paducah Tilghman 

2. Logan. Bryan Station 

3. Hill, ApoUo 

4. Fox, Lafayette 

5. Taylor, Oldham Co. 

Time — 8.1 

110 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Logan, Bryan Station 

2. Fox, Lafayette 

3. Lynn, Paducah Tilghman 

4. Hanly, LaRue Co. 

5. Hammock, Whitesburg 

Time— 14.5 

100 Yard Dash— 

1. Ridge way, Paducah Tilghman 

2. Gay, Bryan Station 

3. DiUard, Christian Co. 

4. Watkins, Madisonville 

5. Werner, Apollo 

Time— 11.0 

220 Yard Dash 

1. Ridgeway, Paducah Tilghman 

2. Carver, Warren Central 

3. Hall, Bryan Station 

4. Watkins, Madisonville 

5. Pinner, Calloway Co. 

Time — 25.3 

440 Yard Hun— 

1. Pinner, Calloway Co. 

2. Pennygraft, Barren Co. 

3. Bowman, Boyd Co. 

4. Schmidthuber, Elizabethtown 

5. Cook, Franklin Co. 

Time— 59.1 
880 Yard Run— 

1. Cook, Franklin Co. 

2. Zembrodt, Boone Co. 

3. Tobln, Tates Creek 

4. Tyler, Paducah Tilghman 

5. Butler, Christian Co. 

Time — 2:18.2 
Cook set a state record in this event 
with her time of 2:18.2. 

Mile Run — 

1. Straight, Woodford Co. 

2. Wolfe, Covington Holmes 

3. Beumel, Apollo 



4. Witt, Bourbon Co. 

5. Gee, Christian Co. 



440 Yard Relay— 

1. Paducah Tilghman 

2. Bryan Station 

3. Warren Central 

4. Henderson Co. 

5. Franklin Co, 

Time— 49.0 
Paducah Tilghman tied the state 
record in this event with their time of 
49.0. 

880 Yard Relay— 

1. Bryan Station 

2. Christian Co. 

3. Hopkinsville 

4. Madisonville 

5. Franklin Co. 

Time— 1:45.7 

880 Yard Medley Relay— 

1. Bryan Station 

2. Boyd Co. 

3. Paducah Tilghman 

4. Shelby Co. 

5. Highlands 

Time — 1 :50.4 

Mile Relay — 

1. Boyd County 

2. Shelby County 

3. Owensboro 

4. Henderson Co. 

5. Boone Co. 

Time — 4:06.4 

Shot Put— 

1. Patrick, Boyd Co. 

2. Stlnson, Henderson Co. 

3. Fogle, Lafayette 

4 Hayes, Bowling Green 
5. Mudd, Nelson Co. 

Distance — 45' 8 1/2" 
Patrick set a new record in this event 
with her distance of 45" 8 1/2". 

Discus — 

1. Patrick, Boyd Co. 

2. Cleary, Paducah Tilghman 

3. Willingham, Henderson Co. 

4. Raisor, Holmes 



5. Lewis, Hopkinsville 

Distance — 136' 1'" 
Time — 5:17.8 Patrick set a new state record in 
this event with her distance of 136' 1". 



High Jump — 

1. Williams, Bryan Station 

2. Smiley, Madisonville 

3. Johnson, Danville 

4. Distler, Clark Co. 

5. Hill, Apollo 

Height— 5' 4" 

Long Jump — 

1. Pennygraft, Barren Co. 

2. Givens, Henderson Co. 

3. Oswley, Owensboro 

4. Ballew, Bullitt Central 

5. Allen, Fort Knox 

Distance— 16' 5 3/4" 

TOTAL POINTS 

Bryaji Station 39 

Paducah Tilghman 36 

Boyd County 25 

Henderson County IS 

Madisonville 10 

Barren County 10 

Lafayette 9 

Christian Co. 9 

Apollo 8 

Franklin Co. 8 

Warren Central 7 

Calloway Co. 7 

Covington Holmes 6 

Woodford Co. 6 

Owensboro 6 

Shelby Co. 6 

Boone Co. 5 

HopkinsvUle 3 

Danville 3 

Tates Creek 3 

BulUtt Central 2 

Ft. Knox 2 

Elizabethtown 2 

LaRue Co. 2 

Bowling Gree^ 2 

Clark Co. 2 

Highlands 2 

Bourbon Co. 2 

Oldham Co. I 

Nelson Co. I 

Whitesburg 1 



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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Louisville, Kentucky, May 22, 1976 

Butler High School Track Team Champion 




(Left .to Right) Front Row: S. Maggard, M. Campbell, A. Deaver. B. Jonei, S. Owingt, S. Jaggeri, P. Smith, A. 
Baker. Second Row: V. Duirelt, T. Johnson. L. Estei, L. Metzmeier, V. Carter, D. Sisirunk, F. Presile^, M. Donaldson. 
Third Row: Ass't Coach K. Watson, S. Clay, R. Rhodes, D. Brutscher. M. Eberenx, R. Mitchell, R. Spence, Co-Capt. 
C. Smith, T. Reed, Coach R. Holman. 



60 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Hightower, Stuart 

2. Denny. Male 

3. Au. Ballard 

4. Bartlett, Fern Creek 

5. Fox, Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

Time — 8.1 

Mile Run — 

1. Jones, Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

2 Martin, Waggener 

3. Jaggers. Butler 

4. Owings. Butler 

5. Jones, Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

Time— 5:12.3 
Jones set a new record in this event 
with her time of 5:12.3. 

110 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Hightower, Stuart 

2. Denny. Male 

3. Au, Ballard 

4. Warren, Male 



5. Riede, Waggener 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Hightower, Stuart 

2. Thomas, Ahrens 

3. Bradley. Eastern 

4. Johnson. Butler 

5. Richards, Western 



Time— 14.7 



220 Yard Dash— 

1. Thomas, Ahrens 

2. Richards, Western 

3. Bradley, Eastern 

4. Henderson, Westport 

5. McCoy, Atherton 

440 Yard Dash 

1. Richards, Western 

2. Brutscher, Western 

3. Hartlege, Moore 

4. Fontana, Southern 

5. Dean. Male 



880 Yard Run — 

1. Jaggers. Butler 

2. Martin. Waggener 

3. Jones, Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

4. Owings, Butler 



High Jump^ 



5. Bueehler, Ballard 



440 Yard Relay- 



Time— 2:24.1 



Male 

Butler 

Western 

Ballard 

Atherton 



Time— 50.3 



880 Yard Relay— 

1 . Jef f ersontown 

2. Butler 

3. BaUard 

4. Doss 

5. Stuart 



1. Deters, Assumption 

2. Switzer, Doss 

3. Donahue, Holy Rosary 

4. Nelson, Doss 

5. Z wicker, Jeffersontown 

Height— 5' 2" 

Long Jump-^ 

1. Scott, Manual 

2. Fink, Thomas Jefferson 

3. Brutscher, Western 

4. Woods. Eastern 

5. McCoy, Atherton 

Distance — 16' 6" 

Shot Put— 

1. Jordan, Manual 

2. Kopey, Seneca 

3. Roberts, Central 

4. Thornton, Thomas Jefferson 

5. Boone, Jeffersontown 

Distance— 38' 8 1/2" 



Time — 1:48.5 



Mile Relay — 

1. Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

2. Male 

3. Butler 

4. Southern 

5. Doss 



Time — 4:0 



Time— 10.8 



880 Yard Medley Relay- 

1. Ahrens 

2. Male 
3 Southern 

4. Doss 

5. BaUard 



Time— 25.6 



Time— 1:53.9 



Discus — 



Time— 59.5 



1. Potts, Doss 

2. Magard, Butler 

3. MiUer, Moore 

4. Geiger, Doss 

5. Kopey, Seneca 

Distance — 114' 10" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Butler 30 

Male 25 

Western 21 

Stuart 19 

Doss 19 

Pleasure Ridge Pk. 17 

Ahrens 16 

Ballard 13 

Manual 12 

Waggener 9 

Jeffersontown 8 

Eastern 8 

Thomas Jefferson 6 

Moore 8 

Assumption 6 

Seneca 5 

Atherton 3 

Central 3 

Holy Rosary 3 

Westport 2 

Fern Creek 2 

Sacred Heart 

Durrett 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1976 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AAA BOYS 

Louisville, Kentucky, May 22, 1976 
Valley High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 








(Left to Right) Front Row: Coacli C. MitctieU, D. Murray, C. Skaggs, D. Pierce. W. Jones, D. Oemasters, J. 
Jacobsen, M. Jankowizc, M. Meredith, Ass't Coach, B. Renn. Second Row: H. Bennett, G. Davis, F. Shaw, A. Agee, 
Capt. M. Sawrie, M. Jankowizc, S. Royce. Third Row: G. Dinkins, B. Greschel, R. DeMasters, T. Hale, F. Simmons, E. 
Washington, R. Glre, B. Lay, C. Rolwing, T. Katchen, R. Brooks, Ass't Coach G. Wade. 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Agee, Valley 

2. Montgomery, Thomas Jefferson 

3. Smith, Manual 

4. Brooks, Valley 

5. Miles, Manual 

Time— 9,7 

220 Yard Dash— 

1. Agee, Valley 

2. Miles, Manual 

3. Montgomery, Thomas Jefferson 

4. Brooks, Valley 

5. Smith, Manual 

Time— 22.2 

440 Yard Dash— 

1. Agee, Valley 

2. Paniello, Trinity 

3. WiUlams, Manual 

4. Hays. St. Xavier 

5- Vanderkraats, Jeffersontown 

Time— 49.5 

120 Yard High Hurdles— 

1. LaPaille, Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

2. Simmons, Valley 

3. Swan, Durrett 

4. Sears, Trinity 

5. Simmons, Atherton 

Time— 14.8 

180 Yard Low Hurdles— 

1. Montgomery, Thomas Jefferson 

2. LaPaille, Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

3. Wilson, Male 

4. Arnold, St. Xavier 

5. Simmons, Valley 

Time— 19.5 

880 Yard Run — 

1. Sirrine, Ballard 

2. CuU, Atherton 

3. Thomas, Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

4. Stollard, Atherton 

5. Hale, Valley 

Time— 1:58.7 

Mile Hun — 

1. Cull, Atherton 

2. BriU, BaUard 

3. Rosenburg, Eastern 



4. Howerton, Doss 

5. Sheehan, St. Xavier 



Time— 4:23.2 



2 Mile Run — 

1. Seely, Atherton 

2. Griffin, Ballard 

3. Noel, Doss 

4. Carver, Male 

5. Nason, Southern 



880 Yard Relay— 

1. Manual 

2. Trinity 

3. Male 

4. Durrett 

5. Jeffersontown 



Mile Relay — 

1. St. Xavier 

2. Trinity 

3. Eastern 

4. Thomas Jefferson 

5. VaUey 



Time— 9:41.9 



Time— 1:30.6 



Pole Vault— 

1. Veech, Doss 

2. Britt, Male 

3. Haner, St. Xavier 

4. Wigginton, Manual 

5. Jankowicz, Valley 

Height— 12' 0" 

Triple Jump — 

1. Agee, Valley 

2. Arnold, St. Xavier 

3. Smith, Trinity 

4. Burton, Manual 

5. Wilson, Manual 

Distance— 45' 9 1/2" 

Discus — 

1 . Stephans, Male 

2. Perdue, Moore 

3. WoUf, Western 

4. Knop, Ballard 

5. Williams, Thomas Jefferson 

Distance — 144' 4" 



Time— 3:27.3 



Shot Put— 

1. Knop, BaUard 

2. WoUf, Western 

3. Perdue, Moore 

4. Brewer, Male 

5. Ford, Stuart 

Distance— 50' 8 1/2" 

Long Jump — 

1. Burton, Manual 

2. Brooks, Valley 

3. Parker, Durrett 

4. Meisner, St. Xavier 

5. Fox, Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

Distance — 21' 1' 

High Jump — 

1. Maupin. St. Xavier 

2. Brooks, Valley 

2. Logsdon, Iroquois 

4. Pfeffer, Jeffersontown 



5. Lamping. Seneca 



Height— 6' 4' 



TOTAL POINTS 

Valley 43H 

Manual 28 

St. Xavier 26 

Ballard 22 

Male 21 

Atherton 19 

Trinity 17 

Thomas Jefferson 16 

Pleasure Ridge Park 14 

Doss 11 

Durrett 8 

Moore 7 

Western 7 

E:astem 6 

[roquois 3V4 

Jeffersontown 3 

Stuart 1 

Southern 1 

Seneca 1 

Westport 1 

Ce;ilral 

Butler - 

Waggener 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1976 



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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS A GIRLS 

UniYersity of Kentucky Sporjscenter, Lexington, May 22, 1976 

Fort Campbell Hig'h School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 



60 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Doyle. Hancock Co. 

2. Ware, Owen Co, 

3. Petty. Villa Madonna 

4. Stinnett, Mercer Co, 

5. Hagan. Fairview 



Time — 8,5 



110 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Ware. Owen Co. 

2. Doyle. Hancock Co. 

3. Habermehl, Augusta 

4. Pryer, Nicholas Co, 

5. Stinnett, Mercer Co, 

Time— 15,5 

100 Yard Dash— 

1, Thomas, Ft, Campbell 

2, Boyd, Harrodsburg 

3, Kemp, Madison 

4, Thomas, Ft, Campbell 

5, Price. Henry Co. 

Time— 11,0 

220 Yard Dash— 

1, Boyd. Harrodsburg 

2, Thomas, Ft, Campbell 

3, Klare, Bellevue 

4, Kemp, Madison 

5, Thomas. Ft. Campbell 

Time— 25,2 

440 Yard Hun— 

1. Twerpe, Dayton 

2. Crooks, Paris 

3. Werbleski. Dayton 

4. Conner. Ft, Campbell 

5. Walker, Ft, Campbell 

Time— 58.9 

880 Yard Run — 

1. Walker. Menifee Co. 

2. Richmond. Ludlow 

3. Gallagher. Lexington Catholic 

4. Caudill. Mt, Sterling 

5. Kopp. St. Henry 

Time— 2:26,1 

Mile Run — 

1. Porter. Owen Co. 

2. Lapanski. Ft, Campbell 



3, Stander. Ludlow 4. 

4, Edwards. Ft. Campbell 5, 

5, Vick. Berea 

Time— 5:35.8 



Leibee. Fairview 
Henshaw, Carroll Co. 

Distance — 102' 2" 



440 Yard Relay— 

1, Ft, Campbell 

2, Madison 

3, Fleming Co. 

4, Bellevue 

5, Dayton 

880 Yard Relay— 

1, Ft. Campbell 

2, Bellevue 

3, Dayton 

4, Paris 

5, Madison 



High Jump — 

1, Graham. Fleming Co, 

2, Oden. Jenkins 

3, Revis. Jenkins 

4, Bennett, Caverna 

5, Forge, Bellevue 

Height— 5' 3" 
Time— 50.4 Long Jump — 

1. Graham. Fleming Co, 

2. Doyle. Hancock Co, 

3. Collins. Augusta 

4. Boyd, Harrodsburg 

5. Jones, Bath Co, 

Distance— 19' 5" 



Time— 1:46,3 



880 Yard Medley Relay— 

1, Paris 

2, Dayton 

3, Madison 

4, Fleming Co, 

5, Bellevue 

Time— 1:53,9 

Mile Relay — 

1 , Dayton 

2, Ft. Campbell 

3, Harrodsburg 

4, Bellevue 

5, Jenkins 

Time— 4:07,7 

Shot Put— 

1 Oden. Jenkins 

2. Yeast. Harrodsburg 

3, Ponder. Russell Co. 

4. Holzderber. St. Henry 

5, Ison. Mercer Co. 

Distance— 38' 9 3/4 " 

Discus — 

1. Oden. Jenkins 

2. Ison, Mercer Co, 

3. Lamar, Hancock Co, 



TOTAL POINTS 

Fi. Campbell 38 

Dayton 23 

Jenkins 20 

Harrodsburg 19 

Fleming Co. 17 

Hancock Co. 17 

Owen Co. IB 

Madison 13 

Bellevue 13 

Paris 12 

Meicer Co. 8 

Ludlow 7 

Augusta 8 

Menifee Co. 6 

Russell Co. 3 

Villa Madonna 3 

St. Henry 3 

Fairview 3 

Lexington Catholic 3 

Caverna 2 

Mt. Sterlijig 2 

Nicholas Co. 2 

Bath Co. 

Henry Co. 

Berea ._ 

Carroll Co. 

Carlisle Co. 



Board Minutes — May 15, 1976 

(Continued from Page Five) 

on leave of absence with full compensation effec- 
tive December 1, 1975, through November 30, 
1976. In the event that during this time Mr. Mans- 
field's health improves to the point where he is 
able to assume all of the duties of the Commis- 
sioner, he be re-assigned to this position. Further, 
the Committee recommends that the Board of 
Control act on naming a new Commissioner im- 
mediately. Mr. Story moved that the recommenda- 
tion of the Committee be adopted. Gene Sell sec- 
onded the motion and it passed unanimously. 

Gene Sell made the motion that effective May 
15, 1976, Tom Mills be employed as Commissioner 
of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
for a period of four years with the provision that 
if Mr. Mansfield's health improves during the 
period of his approved leave of absence to the 
point where he is able to assume all of the duties 
of the Commissioner, he will return to this posi- 
tion and Mr. Mills would become the Administra- 
tive Assistant. The salary shall be the present sal- 
ary of the Commissioner as shown on the 1975-76 
salary schedule, prorated over the period of May 
15 through June 30, 1976. Arthur Hawkins second- 
ed the motion and it passed unanimously. 



President Martin stated that the business of the 
executive meeting was over and requested that 
Mr. Mills, Mr. Stout and Mr. Wise return to the 
meeting. Mr. Mills was informed of the decision 
of the Board and he accepted the provisions of 
the contract. 

Assistant Commissioner Wise presented the re- 
sults of the opinion poll taken on the standardiza- 
tion of officials fees in football, basketball and 
baseball for the 1976-77 school year. Based upon 
the information presented by Mr. Wise, George 
Sauer made the motion that the fee of $25.00 be 
set for varsity football and basketball officials 
with a lOc^ travel allowance per crew in football 
for all mileage over 50 miles and a 10(f travel al- 
lowance per team in basketball for all mileage 
over 50 miles unless both officials are forced to 
drive because of their location. The fee for base- 
ball officials shall be $15.00 per game per official 
for single games and $22.50 per official for double 
headers. The allowance for travel shall be the 
same as for basketball officials. The fee for junior 
varsity officials in football and basketball shall 
be a maximum of $12.50 per official per game. The 
motion was seconded by Denval Barriger. Seven 
members voted in favor of the motion with Cecil 
Reid and Jack Fultz opposing it and Ray Story 
abstaining. 



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Following a discussion of the date and site for 
the 1976 football championship games, Jack Fultz 
moved, seconded by Gene Sell that the finals of 
Class A and AA be played on November 26, the 
AAA on November 27, and the AAAA on Decem- 
ber 4, and they all be played in Lexington. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Ray Story moved that Evangel High School be 
placed in Basketball District 21, Region 6, for the 
1976-77 school year. George Sauer seconded the 
motion and all members voted aye. 

Mr. Mills reported that several principals of 
member schools who sponsor soccer had request- 
ed that it be changed from a spring to a fall 
sport. Following a lengthy discussion, George 
Sauer made the motion that the request be ap- 
proved. Denval Barriger seconded the motion and 
it passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented a letter from Bowling 
Green High School requesting that By-Law 4, Age, 
be waived in the case of Tim Riggs. Tim will not 
be eligible to participate in spring sports during 
his senior year since he wiU become 19 years of 
age in January. After hearing the facts, Cecil 
Reid moved that By-Law 4 not be waived in this 
case. Eldon Davidson seconded the motion and it 
passed by a vote of 9-1. Denval Barriger opposed 
the motion. 

The next meeting date for the Board was 
scheduled for 2:00 P.M., Friday, June 11, 1976, at 
Stouffers' Inn, LouisviUe. 

Jack Fultz moved, seconded by Arthur Haw- 
kins, that aU bills of the Association for the period 
of May 1, 1976, through May 31, 1976, be allowed. 
All members voted aye. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 



K.H.S.C.A. 

Irvine, Kentucky 40336 
April 12. 1976 
Executive Committee 

Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
Loiusville, Kentucky 
Gentlemen: 

I have made an examination of the records of the 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association account in the 
U^ion Bank & Trust Company, Irvine, Kentucky, covering 
the period March 1, 1975 to March 28, 1976, as requested 
by Mr. Joe Ohr, Secretary of the Association. 

Receipts and disbursements have been classified and 
are shown on the attached schedule of income and ex- 
penses. All receipts have been traced as deposits into the 
Bank and all disbuiseme^its have been substantiated by 
canceled checks. 

There are three Saving Accounts under Kentucky High 
School Coaches Association heading totaling 320,000.00 and 
these are shown on the schedule of Savings Accounts of 
the East-West AU Star accounts. 

The bank balance of $7,237.33 has been verified as 
being on deposit In the Union Bank gc Trust Company, 
Irvine, Kentucky as of March 28, 1976. 

In my opinion, this letter and the attached schedule 
properly reflects the status of this account for the period 
staled. 

Yours very truly. 
Bill Sexton, Accountant 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 
Schedule of Receipts and Disbursements for the 
period March 1, 1975 to March 28, 1976. 
RECEIPTS: 

Membership Dues (87 @ $5.00 each; 

3,423 @ $3.00 each) $10,704.00 

Overage .50 

Interest l,$06.56 

Dues — Jenkins High School 27.00 

TOTAL RECEIPTS ...III ~. $12,338.06 

PLUS: Ba^k Balance on March 1, 1975 4,669.70 

TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BEGINNING 

BANK BALANCE $17,007.76 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing, stationery, postage $ 355.06 

Secretary of State — Filing Fee 2.00 

Secretarial Help 25.00 

Delegate Expenses 35.00 

Audit & Professional Services 81.00 

Awards 214.24 

Clinic Speakers 200.00 

All-Star Expenses 240.90 

K.H.S.C.A. Insurance Grant 1,000.00 

All-Stars Grant from K.H.S.C.A. _. 5,000.00 

Executive Meeting Expejises 193.61 

Greg Adams Fund 1.000.00 

Membership — National Coaches 

Association 100.00 

Refund — Jenkins High School 27.00 

Telephone Expenses __ 25.12 

Joe Ohr — Colleciion Expenses 1.711.50 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $10,270.43 

BALANCE — MARCH 28, 1976 $6,737.33 

PLUS: Outstanding Check #636 500.00 

TOTAL BALANCE .. .. $7,237.33 

Balance o;i Deposit in Union Bank & Trust 
Company, Irvine, Kentucky on 
March 28. 1976 $ 7.237.33 



Irvine, Kentucky 40336 
April 12, 1976 

Executive Committee 

East-West AU-Star Basketball & Football Games 

Kentucky High School Coaches Association 

Louisville, Kentucky 

Ge^lemen: 

At the request of Mr. Joe Ohr, your Secretary, I have 
examined the records of your ALL-STAR account covering 
the period April 1, 1975 to March 30, 1976. 

I have classified all receipts and disbursements and 
these are shown on the attached schedule of receipts and 
disbursements. The bank balance of $297.54 has been 
verified as being op deposit in the First Security National 
Bank & Trust Company. Lexington, Kentucky, as of 
March 30, 1976. 

Receipts have been traced as deposits into the bank 
and all disbursements have been submitted by canceled 
checks. 

You will also find attached to this report a schedule 
of all Savings Accounts showing the financial firm and the 
balance in each account. This list is self-explanatory and 
the balances were verified by telephone with each firm 
on April 12, 1976, 

I believe that this letter and the attached schedules 
properly reflect the transactions and status of this account 
for the period shown. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Bill Sextop, Accountant 

EAST-WEST ALL STAR GAMES — FOOTBALL AND 
BASKETBALL 
THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL 
COACHES ASSOCIATION 
Schedule of Receipts and Disbursements for 
the period April 1, 1975 to March 30. 1976. 
RECEIPTS: 

Gate Receipts from Games $2,687.00 

Refund of Change 1,500.00 

Grant from K.H.S.C.A. 5,000.00 

Interest 278.80 

TOTAL RECEIPTS — $ 9,465.80 

PLUS: Bank Balance on March 29, 1975 4,493.75 

TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BEGINNING 

BANK BALANCE $13,959.55 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing & Supplies $ 412.22 

Insurance _- 394.00 

Meals 2,932.95 

Ticket Sellers & Security Police -_ 509.25 

Housing for All-Stars 2,005.00 

Manager's Expense 835.55 

All-star Uniforms 868.14 

Change for AU-Star Game 1,500.00 

Transportation for AU-Slars 1.376.90 

Salary — AU-Star Manager I.OOO.OO 

Ambulance Service 55.00 

Yocum. Gumbert, et al 23.00 

Coaches Salary 1,750.00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $13,66 2.01 

BALANCE ON MARCH 30, 1976 __ $ 297.54 

Balance on Deposit in First Security National 

Bank & Trust Company, Lexington, 

Kentucky on March 30, 1976 $ 297.54 



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FOOTBALL DISTRICTS AND REGIONS 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association set the football dis- 
tricts and regions for the 1975 and 1976 as follows: 

CLASS A 

REGION I 
Disrict 1 — 

Ballard Memorial, Crittenden County, Fort 
Campbell, Fulton, Fulton County, Heath, Russell- 
ville, McLean County 
District 2 — 

Campbellsville, Caverna, Clinton County, 
Gamaliel, Hancock County, Metcalfe County, 
Tompkinsville 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Berea, Harrodsburg, Kentucky School f/t 
Deaf, Madison, Mercer County, Sayre 
District 2 — 

Beth Haven, Eminence, Evangel, Frankfort, 
Henry County, Kentucky Country Day, Owen 
County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Carroll County, Dayton, 
Ludlow, Trimble County 
District 2 — 

Fairview, Maysville, Millersburg Military 
Inst., Nicholas County, Paris, Raceland 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Harlan, Lynch, Lynn Camp, Pineville, Wil- 
liamsburg 
District 2 — 

Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, Jenkins. Mul- 
lins, Paintsville, Phelps, Pikeville, Virgie, Wheel- 
wright 

CLASS AA 

REGION I 
District 1 — 

Caldwell County, Mayfield, Murray, Reid- 
land, Todd Central, Trigg County, Webster County 
District 2 — 

Adair County, Butler County, Edmonson 
County, Green County, Hart County, Taylor 
County 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Anderson, Bardstown, East Hardin, Fort Knox, 
LaRue County, North Bullitt, Washington County 
District 2 — 

Bath County, Fleming County, Lewis County, 
Montgomery County, Scott County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Boyle County, Casey County, Estill County, 
Garrard County, Russell County, Somerset, Wayne 
County 
District 2 — 

Bell County, Corbin, Cumberland, Evarts, 
Middlesboro 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Hazard, Johns Creek, M. C. Napier, Whites- 
burg 
District 2 — 

East Carter, Louisa, Morgan County, Pres- 
tonsburg, Rowan County, West Carter 



CLASS AAA 
REGION I 
District 1 — 

Lone Oak, Marshall County, Union County 
District 2— 

Allen County, Barren County, Franklin-Simp- 
son, Glasgow, Ohio County, Warren Central, War- 
ren East 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Breckinridge County, Elizabethtown, Grayson 
County, Meade County, Oldham County, Shelby 
County 
District 2 — 

Bourbon County, Danville, Harrison County, 
Jessamine County, Madison Central, Woodford 
County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Conner, Covington Catholic, Highlands, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Newport Catholic 
District 2— 

Knox Central, Lincoln County, Rockcastle 
County, Whitley County 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Breathitt County, James A. Cawood, Leslie 
County 
District 2 — 

Belfry, Johnson Central, Russell 
CLASS AAAA — JEFFERSON COUNTY 
REGION I 
District 1 — 

DeSales, Iroquois, Male, Shawnee, Trinity 
District 2 — 

Atherton, Bishop David, Central, Manual, St. 
Xavier 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Butler, Doss, Pleasure Ridge Park, Valley, 
Western 
District 2 — 

Ballard, Eastern, Seneca, Waggener, Westport 
District 3 — 

Durrett, Fairdale, Southern, Stuart 
District 4 — 

Fern Creek, Jeffersontown. Moore, Thomas 
Jefferson 

CLASS AAAA — STATE 

REGION I 
District 1 — 

Bowling Green, Christian County, Hopkins- 
ville, Madisonville — North Hopkins, Paducah 
Tilghman 
District 2— 

Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson County, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Bullitt Central, Marion County, Nelson Coun- 
ty. North Hardin 
District 2 — 

F^ankUn County, George Rogers Clark, 
Laurel County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Henry Clay, Lafayette 
District 2 — 

Bryan Station, Tates Creek 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie 
Heights, Holmes, Simon Kenton 
District 2 — 

Boyd County, Greenup County, Paul G. Blazer 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIX 



SEPTEMBER, 1976 



$1.00 Per Year 



IN MEMORIAM 




Joe Billy Mansfield 

Joe Billy Mansfield, former Commissioner of 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, 
died in Lexington on August 21. Mr. Mansfield 
had served the K.H.S.A.A. for twenty-three years 
as assistant commissioner before he became com- 
missioner in 1972. He held this post until last 
December when he was given a medical leave of 
absence after undergoing surgery for a brain tu- 
mor. 

Mr. Mansfield was a graduate of the Horse 
Cave High School and Western Kentucky State 
College. A former all-state tournament high school 
basketball player, he was named assistant basket- 
ball coach at Horse Cave in 1937 where he served 
in this capacity for three years. He was later 
principal and head coach at Horse Cave for the 
same period of time. When he joined the K.H.S.- 
A.A. staff in 1949, he had been superintendent at 
Cave City for six years, during five of which he 
had coached basketball. He resigned membership 
on the Board of Control when he became assistant 
commissioner. He had been a registered basket- 
ball official for seven years, working in numerous 
district, regional, county and conference tourna- 
ments. 

Surviving Mr. Mansfield are his wife, the 
former Cordelia (Deal) Eggen of Louisville; three 
daughters, Mrs. Gail Toye of Lexington, Mrs. Jo 
Deal Allen of Atlanta and Laura Jayne, a senior 
at Tates Creek High School; a son, Charley Bill, 
a junior at Western Kentucky University; a sister, 
Mrs. Margaret Greer of Morgantown; a brother, 
Lawrence Charles Mansfield of Hardyville; and 
five grandchildren. 

Retired Commissioner Ted Sanford had the 
following comments to make concerning the ser- 
vices of Joe Billy Mansfield to the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association: 

"In a letter to the commissioner, accepting 
his new position of assistant commissioner, Joe 
Billy wrote: 



'The K.H.S.A.A. has merited a place of honor 
among the associations with which it is affiliated. 
During the past years it has taken a place near 
the top of this group because of its continued 
growth and accomplishments in promoting the 
athletic program and because of the continually 
mounting services it renders. It is indeed a chal- 
lenge as well as an honor to become a part of this 
organization and be associated with its continued 
advancement. 

'The K.H.S.A.A. with its past records and 
future plans is a tribute to the school men of Ken- 
tucky and to the officers £ind directors whom 
these school men have named to carry on the 
affairs of the association. 

'In assuming the duties of Assistant Com- 
missioner, I do so with the hope that I may per- 
form a satisfactory service to the Association. I 
pledge my efforts to the advancement of the 
K.H.S.A.A. and the program outlined by our mem- 
ber schools, our Board of Control, and the Com- 
missioner.' 

"School administrators, athletic .directors, 
coaches and officials know how very admirably 
Mr. Mansfield measured up to this pledge. 

"Joe Billy came to the association staff when 
the state office was in need of additional man- 
power. Attendance at the state basketball tourna- 
ment had increased at a phenomenal rate. The 
registration and training of football and basket- 
ball officials had started in 1938, but this service 
of the association needed more direct supervision. 
State meets and tournaments for boys in track, 
swimming, tennis, golf and baseball had been a 
part of the KHSAA program for many years. An 
increasing number of entries in these sports meant 
more problems. 

"To be added soon would be state champion- 
ships in cross country, football, girls' track, and 
gymnastics for both boys and girls. Although 
association rules provide that the commissioner 
shall 'conduct the management of all state tourna- 
ments.' the tremendous amount of work connected 
with these championships made it necessary for 
Mr. Mansfield to manage many of these by dele- 
gated authority. After he became commissioner in 
1972. he presided over championships in soccer 
and fencing, and in the revival of girls' basketball 
at the state level. 

"Joe Billy was a fine public relations man 
for the KHSAA. His sense of humor was out- 
standing. He accepted all of the tasks to which 
he was assigned, and they were many, without 
complaining. He was capable and efficient. He 
was a good friend whom we will all miss. 

"Grantland Rice in his beautiful poem. The 
Record, closes with these words which remind 
us of Billy Joe: 

'Yet the game is done when the sun sinks low 
and one by one from the field they go; 
Their day has passed through the twilight 

gates. 
But the scroll is cast and the record waits. 
So take, my lad, what the Great Game gives, 
For all men die — but the record lives.' " 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1976 



SEPTEMBER, 1976 VOL. XXXIX— No. 2 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provid- 
ed for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1317, authorized 
May 3, 1926. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor DLANNE H. CAINES 

Assistant Editor ._ LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President GEORGE E. SAUER (1974-1978) Louisville 

Vice-Pres. RAY STORY (1974-1978) Radcliff 

Directors __ Denval Barri?er (1975-1979), Bowling Green; 
Jack Burkich (1976-1980), Whitesburg: Eldon E. Davidson 
(1973-1977), Monlicello; Joseph McPherson (197G-1980), 
Louisville; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexington; Cecil 
Reid (1973-1977), Symsonia; Paul Trimble (1976-1980), 
Paintsville. Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

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Basketball Clinics 

The 1976-77 required rules meetings for 
basketball officials and head coaches will be con- 
ducted by Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise. 
Other members of the coaching staff, scorers and 
timers are urged to attend. The dates, times and 
sites for the meetings are as follows: 

October 5, Bell County High School, Pine- 
ville, 7:00 P.M. 

October 6, Hazard High School, Hazard. 7:00 
P.M. 

October 7, Prestonsburg High School, Pres- 
tonsburg, 7:00 P.M. 

October 8, Lee County High School, Beatty- 
ville, 7:00 P.M. 

October 11, Morehead State University, More- 
head, 7:00 P.M. 

October 12, Community College, Ashland, 7:00 
P.M. 

October 13, Mason County High School, Mays- 
ville, 7:00 P.M. 

October 14, Holmes High School, Covington, 
7:00 P.M. 

October 18, Apollo High School, Owensboro, 
7:00 P.M. 

October 19, Paducah Tilghman High School, 
Paducah, 7:00 P.M. 

October 20, Murray State University, Murray, 
7:00 P.M. 

October 21, Hopkinsville High School, Hop- 
kins ville, 7:00 P.M. 

October 25, Western Ky. University, Bowling 
Green, 7:00 P.M. 

October 26, Elizabethtown High School, Eliza- 
beth town, 7:00 P.M. 

October 27, Stouffer's Inn, Louisville, 7:00 
P.M. 

October 28, Henry Clay High Scrool, Lexing- 
ton, 7:00 P.M. 

November 1, Somerset High School, Somer- 
set, 7:00 P.M. 

Attention Officials! 

The attention of all registered K.H.S.A.A. 
football, basketball, wrestling and baseball offi- 
cials is called to By-Law 28, Section 9, which pro- 
vides that the official shall be supplied with an 
emblem which he shall wear on his shirt sleeve. 



The emblem is to be worn on the left shoulder 
shirt sleeve approximately one and one-half inches 
below the shoulder seam. The rectangular em- 
blems are of these colors; green for the "regis- 
tered" official, red for the "approved" and blue 
for the "certified". It does not have the year 
on it so that it's use is not limited to a single 
season unless the status of the official changes. 

Recommended uniforms are as follows: 

Football — black and white striped shirt (long 
or short sleeves), black baseball cap with white 
piping, white knee pants, black belt, black stock- 
ings, black shoes and laces. 

Basketball (Boys) — black and white striped 
shirt (short sleeves, long sleeves by special per- 
mission), black trousers, black belt, black shoes 
and laces; 

Basketball (Girls) — black and white striped 
shirt (short sleeves, long sleeves by special per- 
mission), black slacks, black belt, black shoes and 
laces; 

Baseball — navy blue or black trousers, black 
athletic leather shoes (not football shoes), navy 
blue coat or jacket, navy blue shirt if working 
coatless, white shirt if wearing coat or jacket, 
white shirt on bases if aU umpires are dressed 
the same, umpire's navy cap (no players caps), 
indicator and mask of choice, inner protector or 
inflated protector (inflate type if official desires 
to purchase), black belt, black shoe laces, black 
tie with white shirt. 



Football Assigning Secretaries 1976-77 

The names and addresses of the assigning sec- 
retaries, with the residence and business phone 
numbers (business numbers given first) are as 
follows: 

Joe Russell, Box 213, RusseUville, 726-9531, 

726-6983 
Harold L. Mischel, 414 Clay St., Owensboro, 

684-6441, 683-4083 
Paul Walker, 625 Meadow Lane, Bowling 

Green, 843-3249 
Jack Goodman, 514 Springdale, Brandenburg, 

422-2072 422-2072 
Karl F. s'chmitt. 710 E. Walnut, Louisville, 

584-8269, 458-9065 
Dan L. Sullivan, 132 Donnelly Dr., Ft Thomas, 

491-1125, 331-7037 
Shirley Watts, 228 St. Ann Dr., Lexington, 

255-0835, 266-1749 
Ray Canady,, Box 44, Barbourville, 546-3486, 

546-4765 
Edward Madden, Pippa Passes, 785-3153, 368- 

2753 
Ronnie Thompson, Box 60, Zebulon, 437-6361. 

432-1942 
Frank V. Firestine, 224, Cardinal Rd., Russell, 

836- 8822. 836-5120 

FILMS 

The films listed below are in the Film Library of the 
University of Kentucky College of Education. The code 
iDtters "e, j, s, c, a" refer to eleme^ary. Junior high, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 

Football 

BALL HANDLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, Ireel 
$2.00 

Fundamentals of ball handling are stressed; 
stance, grip, "feel" of the ball, fingertip control 
adjustments before throwing or kicking, receiving 
passes from center or from a back, catching passes 
and punts, ways of carrying a ball, and changing 
(Continued on Page Six) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1976 



Page Three 



K. H. S. A. A. Board of Control 
Officers 1976-77 




George E. Sauer, Jr. 



Hay Slory 



George E. Sauer, Jr., Principal of duPont 
Manual High School, Louisville, was elected presi- 
dent of the Board of- Control at the summer meet- 
ing of the directors, held on July 30, 1976. Ray 
Story, Principal of North Hardin High School, 
Radcliff, was named Board Vice-President. 

George E. Sauer, Jr., a native of Louisville, 
attended Franklin Elementary, Barret Junior 
High School and graduated from Louisville Male 
High School in 1950. Four years later he was 
awarded a B.A. Degree from Western Kentucky 
University and a M.A. Degree in 1961 and a Rank 
I in 1967. 

At Male Mr. Sauer was president of the 
Senior Class, Co-Captain of the football team in 
1949 and received an athletic scholarship to West- 
ern where was a regular guard for four years. 

Mr. Sauer had a brillant military career be- 
ing a Distinguished Mihtary Graduate from 
Western as a Cadet Colonel. Receiving a 2nd Lt. 
Commission in 1954, he went through Officer's 
Training at Fort Benning, Georgia, and then 
Ranger School and Heavy Mortor School. His 
assignments in service included; Infantry Pla- 
toon Leader, Company Commander, Heavy Mor- 
tar Company and Intelligence Officer for Battle 
Group. He was discharged as a Captain after 
serving with the 10th and 3rd Infantry Divisions 
in Germany. 

Mr. Sauer has been in the Louisville School 
System since 1958 as a teacher and Assistant 
Principal at Shawnee High School where he was 
named principal in 1969. He held this post until 
1971 when he assumed his present position. 

In addition to the educational activities, Mr. 
Sauer was assistant football and head baseball 
coach at Shawnee from 1958 until he became 
head football coach in 1960. He was named Foot- 
ball Coach of the Year in 1965, his last year. 

Mr. Sauer is married to Charlene Sabens of 
Glasgow. They have two children, Jeffrey age 
21, and Jennie age 16. They are members of the 
Jeffersontown Christian Church where he is an 
Elder and Vice-Chairman of the Church Board. 

Ray Story is a native of Lincoln County 
where he attended Memorial High School and 
was a varsity player in basketball and baseball. 
After graduation he earned a B.S. Degree at 
Campbellsville, a M.A. Degree and a Rank I 
from Western Kentucky University. 

Mr. Story began teaching in the Vine Grove 
Elementary School in 1960 then moved to the 
North Hardin High School in 1963. He became 
Assistant Principal in 1965, assuming his present 
post in 1967. 



Mr. Story is active in civic, church and pro- 
fessional activities. He has served as chairman of 
the Planning and Zoning Commission, charter 
president of the Optomist Club, president of the 
4th District Principals Association and is on he 
Board of Directors of the K.A.S.S.P. serving as 
membership chairman. 

He is married to Sue Cecil of Stephensburg, 
who is a teacher. They have two children, Mark 
and Tim, and are members of the Vine Grove 
Baptist Church. 



BOARD MINUTES 

The Board of Control of the K.H.S.A.A. met 
at Barkley Lodge on Friday morning July 30, 
1976. The meeting was called to order by Presi- 
dent Louie Martin at 10:00. Present were Board 
members Arthur Hawkins, Jack Fultz, George 
Sauer, Ray Story, Frank Simpson, Cecil Reid, 
Eldon Davidson. Denval Barriger; Commissioner 
Tom Mills, Assistant Commissioner Dianne Caines, 
Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise. Mr. Morris Ryan 
was present representing the School Boards As- 
sociation. The invocation was given by Arthur 
Hawkins. 

Jack Fultz moved, seconded by Denval Bar- 
riger. that the reading of the minutes of the 
meeting held on June 11, 1976, be waived since 
members of the Board had received copies of 
these minutes. The motion carried unanimously. 

President Martin welcomed Jack Burkich, 
Joseph McPherson, Norman Passmore and Paul 
Trimble as new members of the Board. Before 
relinquishing the chair to President Sauer, Mr. 
Martin expressed his pleasure of having had the 
opportunity to serve on the Board for the past 
four years. He also gave a report on the National 
Federation Meeting recently held in Nashville, 
Tennessee. 

President Sauer presented a plaque to each 
of the out-going members and thanked them for 
the outstanding service rendered to member 
schools while serving on the Board of Control. 
Receiving plaques were Louie Martin, Jack Fultz, 
Arthur Hawkins, and Frank Simpson. 

Following a discussion on the eligibility status 
of Board member Gene Sell to continue serving 
on the Board of Control since he is now serving 
as an Assistant Principal, Paul Trimble moved, 
that since Mr. Sell is no longer serving as a 
principal of a member school in the section he 
was elected to represent, he is no longer eligible 
for membership on the Board of Control. Jack 
Burkich seconded the motion and it passed by 
a vote of 7-2. Mr. Mills was instructed to inform 
the member schools in Section 5 of the vacancy 
and take the necessary steps to fill the vacancy 
within sixty days. 

Jack Burkich moved, seconded by Paul 
Trimble that Gene Sell continue to represent 
Section 5 on the Board until his replacement has 
been elected. The motion passed unanimously. 

Christian County High School Principal, Bar- 
ney Thweatt, and Mr. Robert McKinley came be- 
fore the Board to request that the Board consider 
waiving By-Law 5, Section 4, Preceding Semester 
Enrollment for Herbert McKinley. Following the 
presentation of the facts, Cecil Reid moved, sec- 
onded by Denval Barriger that By-Law 5, Section 
4, be waived in this case. The vote was 6-4 in 
favor of the motion. 

(Continued on Page Five) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1976 



K.H.S.A.A. FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

1976-77 



School 

Adair County 
Allen County 
Anderson County 
Apollo 
Atherton 

Ballard 

Ballard Memorial 

Bardstown 

Barren County 

Bath County 

Beechwood 

BeUry 

Bell County 

Bellevue 

Berea Community 

Beth Haven 

Betsy Lane 

Bishop David 

Boone County 

Bourbon County 

Bowling Green 

Boyd County 

Boyle County 

Breathitt 

Breckinridge Co. 

Byran Station 

Bullitt Central 

Butler 

Butler County 

Caldwell County 

Campbell County 

Campbellsville 

Carroll County 

Casey County 

Caverna 

Central 

Christian County 

Clay County 

Clinton County 

Conner 

Corbin 

Covington Catholic 

Crittenden County 

Cumberland 

Danville 

Daviess County 

Dayton 

DeSales 

Dixie Heights 

Doss 

duPont Manual 

Durrett 

East Carter 
East Hardin 
Eastern 
Elizabethtown 
Elkhorn City 
Eminence 
Estill County 
Evangel 
Evarts 

Fairdale 
Fairview 
Fern Creek 
Fleming County 
Fleming-Neon 
Fort Campbell 
Fort Knox 
Frankfort 
Franklin County 
Franklin-Simpson 
Fulton City 
Fulton County 

Gamaliel 
Garrard County 
George R. Clark 
Glasgow 
Grayson County 
Green County 
Greenup County 

Hancock County 
Harlan 
Harrison County 



Addresi 

Columbia 

Scottsville 

Lawrcnceburg 

Owensboro 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Barlow 

Bardstown 

Glasgow 

Owingsville 

Ft. Mitchell 

Belfry 

Pineville 

BeUevue 

Berea 

Valley Station 

Betsy Layne 

Louisville 



_W .vling Green 

Ashland 

Danville 

Jackson 

Harned 

Lexington 

ShepherdsviUe 

Louisville 

Morgantown 

Princeton 

Alexandria 

Campbellsville 

Carrollton 

Liberty 

Horse Cave 

Louisville 

Hopkinsville 

Manchester 

Albany 

Hebron 

Corbin 

Covington 

Marion 

Cumberland 

Danville 

Owensboro 

Dayton 

Louisville 

Ft Mitchell 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Grayson 

Glendale 

Middletown 

Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Irvine 

Louisville 

Evarts 

Fairdale 

Ashland 

Louisville 

Flemingsburg 

Fleming 

Fort Campbell 

Fort Knox 

Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Hickman 

Gamaliel 

Lancaster 

Winchester 

Glasgow 

Leitchfield 

Greensburg 

Greenup 

Lewisport 

Harlan 

Cynthlana 



Coach 

Nelson Moore 
Bob Driver 
Larry Barnett 
Stan Napper 
Dan Goble 

Bob Redman 
Ben Sydboten 
Garnis Martin 
Jerry Eubank 
Tevis Gray 
Bernie Barre 
Richard Roddy 
Roscoe Perkins 
Bill Baldridge 
Mike Elkin 
Joe Bailey 
Jimmie Cecil 
Denny Nash 
Owen Hauck 
Jack Massie 
Wilson Sears 
Greg Gregory 
Ed Rail 
Dudley Hilton 
Oscar Garner 
Terry Clark 
James Kaczmarek 
Don Pope 
Robert Green 

Al Giordano 
Bob Miller 
Harry Reif 
C. McConnaughhay 
Don Walker 
Larry Cushenberry 
Clint Lovely 
Fred Clayton 
Terry Wilson 

Bob Young 
Archie Powers 
Lynn Ray 
Roy Cherry 
Gene Sherman 

Steele Harmon 
Bill Taylor 
Victor Brown 
Ron Madrick 
John Cook 
Dan Leasor 
Buddy Pfaadt 
Sterling Eddleman 

Gary McDowell 
Mike Lewis 
Dick Young 
Vincent Hancock 
Gary Hall 
Fred Tate 
Hoover Niece 
Bob Peters 
Charles Hunter 

Garland Miller 
Paul Reliford 
Wally Oyler 
William Cox 
Roland White 
Marshall Patterson 
Bill Himiphrev 
Raymond Webb 
Jack Cline 
James Mathews 
Gwin Wood 
Stanley Watts 

Sonny Oliphant 
Sam Burne 
Don Danko 
Bill Jones 
Mick Caba 
Kent McCubbin 
Bill Trent 

Jerry Griffin 
Johnny Mills 
Fred Marianl 



Hart County 

Harrodsburg 

Hazard 

Heath 

Henderson Co. 

Henry Clay 

Henry County 

Highlands 

Holmes 

Hopkinsville 

Iroquois 

James A. Cawood 
Jeffersontown 
Jenkins 
Jessamine Co. 
Johns Creek 
Johnson Central 



Munfordville 

Harrodsburg 

Hazard 

West Paducah 

Henderson 

Lexington 

New Castle 

ft. Thomas 

Covington 

Hopkinsville 

Louisville 

Harlan 

Jeffersontown 

Jenkins 

Nicholasville 

Pikeville 

Paintsville 



Ky. Country Day Louisville 
Ky. School f/t Deaf Danville 
Knox Central Barbourville 



Lafayette 
LaRue County 
Laurel County 
Leslie County 
Lewis County 
Lincoln County 
Lloyd Memorial 
Lone Oak 
Louisa 
Ludlow 
Lynch 
Lynn Camp 

McLean County 
Madison 
Madison Central 
Mad.-N. Hopkins 
Male 

Marion County 
Marshall County 
Maysville 
Mayfield 
Meade County 
M. C. Napier 
Mercer County 
Metcalfe County 
Middlesboro 
M. M. I. 

Montgomery Co. 
Mai n C. Moore 
MorE County 
MuUii ■ 
Murra.\ 

Nelson County 
Newport Catholic 
Newport 
Nicholas County 
North Bullitt 
North Hardin 

Ohio County 
Oldham County 
Owen County 
Owensboro Cath. 
Owensboro 

Paducah Tilghman 

Paintsville 

Paris 

Paul G. Blazer 

Pikeville 

Pineville 

Pleasure Ridge 

Prestonsburg 

Raceland 
Reidland 
Rockcastle Co. 
Rowan County 
Russell County 
Russell High 
Russellville 

St. Xavier 

Sayre 

Seneca 

Scott County 

Shawnee 

Shelby County 

Simon Kenton 

Somerset 



Lexington 

Hodgenville 

London 

Hyden 

Vanceburg 

Stanford 

Erlanger 

Paducah 

Louisa 

Ludlow 

Lynch 

Corbin 

Calhoun 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Madisonville 

Louisville 

Lebanon 

Benton 

Maysville 

Mayfield 

Brandenburg 

Hazard 

Harrodsburg 

Louisville 

Middlesboro 

Millersburg 

Mt. Sterling 

Louisville 

West Liberty 

Pikeville 

Murray 

Bardstown 

Newport 

Newport 

Carlisle 

Sheph rdsville 

Radcliff 

Hartford 

Buckner 

Owenton 

Owensboro 

Owensboro 

Paducah 

Paintsville 

Paris 

Ashland 

Pikeville 

Pineville 

Pleasure Ridge 

Prestonsburg 

Raceland 

Paducah 

Mt. Vernon 

Morehead 

Russell Springs 

Russell 

Russellville 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Louisville 

Georgetown 

Louisville 

ShelbyviUe 

Independence 

Somerset 



Roy Pettel 
Alvis Johnson 
Fred Stidham 
Jack Haskins 
Mojo HoUowell 
Robert J. BeU 
J. Reynolds 
Bill Herrmann 
Louis Cynkar 
Fleming Thornton 

Tony Lanham 

Boyd Fox 
James Jordan 
William Wright 
Frank Conyers 
John O'Brien 
Edgar Vanhoose 

Frank Lambert 
Archie Harris 
John Dixon 

James Poynter 
John Sullivan 
Tom Larkey 
Floyd Hines 
Bill Robinson 
Bill Ed Leedy 
Jim Dougherty 
Tony McGroarty 
Nick Nighswander 
Randy Reese 
Greg Suhr 
Don Smith 

BiU Scott 
Monty Joe Lovell 
Ed Miracle 
Jim Meyer 
Norb Hummel 
Jackie Owen 
Larry Krouse 
Tom Atkinson 
Jack Morris 
Jim Devries 
Bill Dixon 
John Buchanan 
Doug Clemmons 
Tom Stapleton 
Paul M. Lamb 
Pat Dale 
Russ Gibson 
John Reed 
B. J. Elswick 
John Hina 

Joe Medley 
Bob Schneider 
Mike Murphy 
Ben Pumphrey 
Everett Baker 
Bill Hogg 

Tony 3urkeen 
John Radjunas 
Roy Cochran 
Jim Wilson 
Gerald Poynter 

Dan Haley 
Walter Brugh 
Homer Goins 
Herb Conley 
James H. Howard 
William E. Adams 
Bob Holman 
PhiUip Haywood 

Larry Heck 

Roger White 

Glen Polly 

Kenneth Howard 

Ron Finley 

TBA 

Ken Barrett 

Michael Stewart 
Gerald Walton 
Joe Blankenship 
Bill Wilson 
George Hudson 
Tom Becherer 
Carl C. Hays 
John Cain 



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Southern 


Louisville 


Henderson Wilson 


Btuart 


VaUey Station 


Jim Stuart 


Tates Creek 


Lexington 


Roy Walton 


Taylor County 


Campbellsville 


Carter Bradshaw 


Thomas Jefferson 


Louisville 


Charles Metzger 


Todd Co. Central 


Elkton 


Jim Jackson 


Tompkinsville 


Tompkinsville 


Frank Petett 


Trigg County 


Cadiz 


Joe Jaggers 


Trimble County 


Bedford 


Walter McHargue 


Trinity 


Louisville 


Dave Moore 


Union County 


Morganfield 


Dickie McDonald 


Valley 


Valley Station 


Edward Crum 


Virgie 


Virgie 


Ron Curry 


Waggener 


Louisville 


Richard Anderson 


Warren East 


Bowling Green 


Jim Ross 


Warren Central 


Bowling Green 


Marvin Burgess 


Washington Co. 


Springfield 


Dan Hill 


Wayne County 


Monticello 


Fred Zim.merman 


Webster County 


Dixon 


Walter Hawkins 


West Carter 


Olive Hill 


Randy Shipherd 


West Hardin 


Stephensburg 


Bernard Decker 


Western 


Louisville 


Ralph Buckley 


Westport 


Louisville 


Thomas Cheaney 


Wheelwright 


Wheelwright 


Don Daniels 


Whitesburg 


Whitesburg 


James Gose 


Whiteley County 


Williamsburg 


Sam Schafer 


Williamsburg 


WiUiamsburg 


Bob Rose 


Woodford Co. 


Versailles 


Fred Gibson 



BOARD MINUTES 

(Continued from Page Three) 

The Commissioner made a report on Associa- 
tion receipts and disbursements during the 1975- 
76 school year. Copies of the audit, recently pre- 
pared by Monroe and Associates, Certified Public 
Accountants, Lexington, Kentucky, were present- 
ed. Mr. Mills then presented the proposed budget 
for 1976-77. Following the discussion of the audit 
report and proposed budget by members of the 
Board, Gene Sell moved, seconded by Eldon 
Davidson that the K.H.S.A.A. discontinue the 
annual donation of $300,00 to K.A.P.O.S. The mo- 
tion passed unanimously. 

Mr. Sell made the motion that the audit re- 
port and the revised budget presented by Mr. 
Mills be approved. Mr. Davidson seconded the 
motion and all members voted aye. 

Mr. Mills presented a letter written by Prin- 
cipal John S. Pittenger, Doss High School, per- 
taining to the provisions of By-Law 9, Graduates 
and College Students, and its effect on students 
attending school under the quarter grading plan. 
Following a lengthy discussion, the motion was 
made by Joseph McPherson to allow a student 
a maximum of thirty calendar days to complete 
the sport he was participating in during the pre- 
ceding grading period where final grades for 
graduation were administered. The motion was 
seconded by Norman Passmore and it passed 
unanimously. 

President Sauer appointed Board Members 
to the following Committees; 

Staff Committee: Chairman Eldon Davidson, 
Vice Chairman Ray Story, Denval Barriger, Joseph 
McPherson and Gene Sell. 

Retirement Committee: Chairman Ray Story, 
Vice Chairman Cecil Reid, Paul Trimble and Jack 
Burkich. 

Trophy Committee: Chairman Norman Pass- 
more, Dianne Caines and Billy Wise. 

Football Committee: Chairman George Sauer, 
Vice Chairman Denval Barriger, Paul Trimble, 
Gene Sell and Norman Passmore. 

Basketball Committee: Chairman Denval Bar- 
riger, Vice Chairman Joseph McPherson, Eldon 
Davidson, Cecil Reid and Jack Burkich. 

Eligibility Committee: West — Chairman Cecil 
Reid, Vice Chairman George Sauer, Joseph Mc- 



Pherson, Denval Barriger and Ray Story. East — 
Chairman Eldon Davidson, Vice Chairman Jack 
Burkich, Norman Passmore and Paul Trimble. 

Mr Mills presented a letter from Principal 
Hughes, Montgomery County High School re- 
questing the Board to present a referendum to 
member schools to change Article IV, Section 1, 
of the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution to permit a woman 
to serve on the Board of Control. After consider- 
able discussion the Board declined the request. 

Mr. Mills then presented a letter from Mrs. 
Gloria Compton, President of the Girls Coaches 
Association, requesting that the Board submit to 
referendum vote of member schools a proposal 
to change Article IV, Section 1, of the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution to permit two women to serve on 
the Board. The Commissioner was instructed to 
inform Mrs. Compton that only a principal of a 
member school may submit a proposed change to 
the Constitution and By-Laws. 

Following the presentation of partial results 
of the opinion poll taken on Volleyball and Table 
Tennis, Paul Trimble moved, seconded by Eldon 
Davidson, that no action be taken at this time 
and further study be conducted during the com- 
ing year. The motion passed unanimously. 

A resolution granting authority to Commis- 
sioner Mills to deposit and invest the funds of 
the K.H.S.A.A., including checking accounts, sav- 
ings accounts and retirement funds was presented 
by President Sauer. Jack Burkich moved that the 
Resolution be adopted. Norman Passmore second- 
ed the motion and all members voted aye. 

President Sauer adjourned the meeting and 
instructed the various committees to meet and 
report back at 2:00 P.M. on Saturday, July 30, 
1976. 

The Board re-conveined at 2:00 P.M., Satur- 
day July 31, 1976, to hear the following reports 
and/or recommendations. The invocation was giv- 
en by Norman Passmore. 

Vice Chairman Ray Story reported that the 
Staff Committee would present recommendations 
to the Board at a future meeting to adopt regu- 
lations on vacation, sick leave, salary schedule 
and other personnel ploicies for the K.H.S.A.A. 
office staff. 

Chairman Norman Passmore of the Trophy 
Committee presented the bids received on trophies 
for the 1976-77 school year. Bids were received 
from seven different firms. After reviewing the 
bids, Ray Story moved, seconded by Denval Bar- 
riger that the bid submitted by the Riherd Sport 
Shop, Glasgow be accepted. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Chairman Ray Story reported it was the re- 
commendation of the Retirement Committee that 
the retirement pay of former Commissioner Ted 
Sanford, be increased from $350.00 to $450.00 per 
month, retroactive to July 1, 1976, and l3e increas- 
ed by 2% on the first day of July each year. Mr. 
Story stated that he was presenting this report 
in the form of a motion. Cecil Reid seconded the 
motion and it passed unanimously. 

Following the report of the Football Com- 
mittee, Norman Passmore moved, seconded by 
Paul Trimble, that the recent referendum chang- 
ing By-Law 27, Section 2, shall be interpreted 
as follows: The football season officially ends with 
the playing of the last regularly scheduled game 
of the season. After this date no member school 
is permitted to engage in any type football prac- 
tice until after the last day school is in session 
for that school year. However, those schools in- 
volved in the playoff for the State Championship 
may continue practice until they are either de- 
feated or the playoff ends, whichever occurs first. 



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The motion carried by a vote of 6-3, with Board 
members George Sauer, Cecil Reid and Denval 
Barriger voting against the motion. 

Commissioner Mills was instructed by the 
Basketball Committee to inform the member 
schools of the result of the opinion poll taken on 
classification in basketball. A majority of the 
schools voted in favor of the present playoff sys- 
tem. 

President Sauer appointed Ray Story, Norman 
Passmore and Louis Stout to serve as a com- 
mittee to study the present wrestling program 
and report to the Board recommendations for 
needed changes. 

Jack Burkich moved, seconded by Norman 
Passmore, that in order for an item of business to 
be brought before the Board in the future the 
request must be presented to the Commissioner 
at least ten days prior to the date of the meeting. 
This requirement could be waived by the Com- 
missioner if he deems the request an emergency. 
All members vote aye. 

Cecil Reid moved, seconded by Norman Pass- 
more that all bills of the Association beginning 
June 1, 1976, and ending June 30, 1976, be allowed. 
The motion was carried unanimously. 

The date for the next scheduled meeting of 
the Board of Control was scheduled for Saturday, 
October 2, 1976, at 8:00 A.M. in Lexington. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 



FILMS 

(Continued from Page Two) 

from one hand to another. Game shots are pre- 
sented, using slow motion and stop action tech- 
niques, and superimposed animation to illustrate 
principles. 
BLOCKING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c, 1 reel, $2.00. 

Fundamentals of good blocking are taught in 
this film; position, speed, drive, follow-through, 
timing, and body control. Describes shoulder and 
body blocks, demonstrating several varieties of 
these. Importance of good physical condition, 
practice, and experience are emphasized. Special 
photography used to illustrate different points. 
FOOTBALL BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (30 
min.) color, $1.00. 

The film will give to the viewer a better un- 
derstanding and a keener appreciation of foot- 
ball. Modern photography presents many play 
situations that portray the guidelines used by of- 
ficials in making judgment decisions so necessary 
in this sport. 

GOAL TO GOAL, 28 min.; color, $115.00; black 
& white, $75.00. 

This film provides a dramatic visual approach 
to a better understanding of the rules of football 
for players, coaches, officials and spectators. 
Special attention is given to the passing and kick- 
ing games as well as such other areas of the rules 
as blocking restrictions, snapping infractions, the 
neutral zone, legal and illegal shift and motion. 
POINT OF CONTACT— BLOCKING AND TACK- 
LING TECHNIQUES, 17 min., color, 16mm. 

This picture was produced by the National 
Federation of State High School Associations to 
explain the rules relating to butt-blocking and 
face-tackling. The film uses all modern motion 
picture techniques including graphics, stop action 
and slow motion to explain the reason football 
rules committees are concerned with the tech- 
nioues of butt-blocking and face-tackhng. 
TACKLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel $2.00. 

Tackling properly is shown as the result of 
application of certain fundamentals; good phy- 



sical condition, speed, body placement, drive, sure 
grip, timing, and body control. Shoulder and cross 
body tackles are demonstrated in various ways, 
with special instruction for safety and means of 
reducing shock. 

RATINGS ON BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

The following ratings were received on basket- 
ball officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. dur- 
ing 1975-76. 

REGION I 

Poe, Buddy; McGinty, L. V., Jr.; Perry, James; 
Jackson, Dennis; Green, Don; Cash, Charles; 
Brown, Lyman; Miller, Harold; Hook, Don; Mills, 
Dwight; Wright, A.D.; Codwell, Charles; Murt, 
Gene; Higdon, Sam; Lawson, Ronnie; Formers, 
Billy; Featherstone, Gerald; Geurin, Joe; Harper, 
James; Purcell, Ken; Saylors, Car lee; Keeling, 
Rubin; Blythe, John; Overby, Jerry; Powell, Mike; 
Dobson, Kenneth; Smith, Mickey; Herrington, Ken; 
Anderson, Mike; Sims, Roy. 

REGION 11 

Moser, Rudy— 94; Finley, Albert— 92; Lile, 
Clyde— 92; Ward, Robert— 90; Browning, Wayne 
—88; Holt, Robert— 88; Colley, Lynn— 87; Besh- 
ears, Jim — 86; Cox, Rufus — 85; Crouse, James — 
85; Goldey, William— 85; Faulk, Terry— 84; Little- 
page, Pryce— 84; Long, Jim— 84; Gates, Billy— 83; 
East, Bill— 83; Murdach, Leslie— 83; Knauer, Glen 
—82; Henson, Don — 81; Browder, Homer— 79; 
Crawford, Neal — 79; Davis, Jay — 78; Robinson, 
Tony — 76; Holmes, Eddie — 75; Stevens, James — 
74; Stone, Sidney— 74; Vincent, Dale — 71; Brant- 
ley, Kenneth— 70; Wooton, Danny — 70; Brooks, 
Carl— 69; Griffith, Michael— 69; Peden, Harlan C. 
—69; Stone, Kenneth— 68; Holt, Ronnie— 67; Cov- 
ington, Bobby— 65; Webb, William— 63; Crick, 
Dwaine — 62; Carlton. James — 61; Goodrick, Eu- 
gene— 60; Mitchell, Curtis— 60; Moore, Dean— 60; 
Thompson, David— 59; Ringstaff, Roy— 58; John- 
son, Frank — 57; Nix, Roger — 57; Woodrum, Mich- 
ael — 57; Bernardini, Bruno — 55; Campbell, Lennis 
— 55; Duncan, Steve — 55; Morrow, Uylesses — 53; 
McDowell, Michael — 52; Parrent, Kenny — 51; 
Davis, James — 49; Sutton, James — 48; Pendleton, 
Sally— 47; Bell, Billy— 41; Mitchell, Garey— iO; 
Melton, Robert— 38; Mashburn, Willis— 37 
REGION III 

Agee, Danny— 93.9; Dillihay, Ralph— 93.9; 
Montgomery, Chester — 93.8; Hutchens, Jim — 92.4; 
Gibson, Fred— 91.9; O'Nan, Norman— 91.9; Hill, 
James— 91.9; Skaggs, Bill— 88.9; Anderson, Ed- 
ward— 86.6; Day, Roy— 86.3; Divine, Wayne — 
86.0; Stewart, Dale— 85.6; Estes, Walter— 85.3; Bul- 
lock, James— 85.2; Stovall, James— 85.2; Oakley, 
Rebecca — 84.4; Harrison, Timmy — 83.6; Fox, Jo- 
anna— 82.8; Everly, PhyUis — 81.8; Barnes, Barry 
—81.3; Day, Jackie— 81.0; Morris, Larry- 78.8; 
Evans, Lewis — 78.2; Thomson, Cecil — 76.6; Howard, 
Dwight— 76.4; Shinbaum, Ralph — 75.0; Harper, 
Robie — 74.0; Curtis, John — 73.0; Ramsey, Mike — 
72.6; Francis, Ralph— 72.3; Wilson, Kenneth— 71.9; 
Lamar, Huston — 71.7; Grant, Neilson — 67.9; Great- 
house, Frank — 67.6; Porter, Martin — 62.1; Carroll, 
John— 57.9; McPherson, Cecilia— 54.8; Kelley, Bill 
—54.0; Studer, Carolyn— 53.3; Tandy, Samuel— 
50.5; Johnson, Anna — 49.9; Drake, Lonnie — 49.5; 
Ford, Donald — 49.2; Lee, Bill — 48.0; Lee, Don— 
42.0 

REGION IV 

Gorrell, Howard — 96; Sears, Wilson — 94; Mc- 
Carley, John — 93; Murrell, Allen — 93; Morrison, 
Dan— 86; Withrow. Roy— 86; Meadors, Wm.— 82; 
Cobb, Mike— 81; Sams, Glenn— 79; Curry, Rand- 
all — 77; Stevenson, Mike — 77; Vance, Hunter — 77; 
Dillingham, Kent— 75; Long, Bill — 75; Pogue, I. 



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Gordon — 75; Branstetter, Elwood — 74; Miller, Rick- 
ey— 73; Holt, Larry— 72; Lamastus, Randall— 72; 
Phillips, Harold— 70; Brown, Mike — 69; Harring- 
ton, Drew — 69; Bailey, Jimmy — 68; Rogers, Ralph 
—67; Webster, Norman— 66; Brown, Rick— 64; 
Shewmaker, Wayne — 64; Anderson, Ralph — 61; 
Hamm. Jerry — 61; Harrington, Tim — 61; Humph- 
reys, Bob — 61; Dick, Jim — 60; McPherson, Lanny 
—60; Matthews, Bob — 56; Walls, George— 56; 
Brantley, Del — 55; Ward, Larry — 55; Hicks, Wm. 
W. — 54; Appling, Wayne — 53; McGuffin, Artie — 
53; Marcum, Gary— 53; McEwen, Bob— 52; Wil- 
shire. Buddy — 52; Appling, J. — 50; Goodnight, 
Herschel — 50; Towe, Steve — 50; Lambert, Roger 
—48; Raymer, Don— 48; Ball, Phillip— 47; Nichols, 
Mike— 46; Walker, Earl— 46; Maxwell, Mike— 45; 
Watkins, Robert — 44; Nash, Howard — 43; Groce, 
Ralph— 40; Mullinix. Roy— 38; Rich, Brent— 37; 
Richardson, Wayne — 16 

REGION V 

Spencer, Irv— 96; Goode, Earl A.— 95; Stike- 
leather, Clyde— 95; Durbin, Hade— 94; Allgood, 
Russell— 93; Brashear, Loy Ray— 93; Williams, 
Bobby — 93; Alexander, Darryl — 91; Carlberg, John 
—91; Wilson, Paul— 91; Gilbert, Gerald L.— 90; 
Morse, Richard — 90; Skaggs, Bobby — 90; Frazier, 
Mac— 89; Hawkins, Donald H.— 88; Strain, Richard 
P.— 88; Crumbley, Dennis— 87; Houk, Jack— 87; 
Meredith, Denny— 87; Whitehead, Chris— 85; Cla- 
ter, James F. 84; Dill, Roger — 84; Froebel, Martin 
—84; Gaddie, Gary T.— 84; Spalding, Randall— 
84; Gardner, Gary— 83; Revis, David— 83; Rice, 
Willard— 83; Winfrey, Shelby— 83; Bone, Gerald 
W.— 82; Behnken, Randolph R.— 80; Cross, Keith 
—80; Cross, Roger— 80; Rogers, Rufus B.— 79; 
Shearer, Robert L.— 79;Allen, Jack— 78; Crutcher, 
Paul— 78; Hilton, Billy— 78; Allen, Tom— 77; Ar- 
flin. Tracy— 76; Wade, Sharon— 76; Allen, Hillary 
— 75; Hartley, Joseph — 75; Edwards, Wayne — 75; 
Myers, Ron — 75; Kerr, Richard — 74; Allen, Jeff 
—73; Chapman, Gary — 73; Embry, Johnny — 72; 
Anderson, Ann — 71; Bohanon, Alan K. — 71;- Mc- 
Kay, Phil— 71;0'Brien, Bo — 71; Percell, Danny — 
71; Purvis, Fred— 71; Wilson, Rick— 71; Haynes, 
Ronnie — 69; Whoberly, Larry — 69; Downs, Joe — 
68; Roberts, Jim— 67; Atcher, Bruce — 66; Gupton, 
Lawrence — 65; Cross. Terry — 60; Lamar, Huston 
—60; Marlow, Charles— 60; Kirkland, Sue— 59; 
Meredith. Eric — 59; Pack, Judy — 59; Drake, Bon- 
nie— 58; Miles, Ralph— 57; Powell, Sallie— 57; Tay- 
lor, Janet — 56; Crume, Jane — 51; Warfield, Jerry 
—51; Reed, Thomas— 46 

REGION VIII 

Winchester, Roy — 96; Stethens, Jim — 94; Lou- 
den, Hubert — 93; Comacho, Marcus — 90; Hinton, 
Henry — 90; Dyke, Dean — 89; McMillin, Larry — 
88; Hicks, Gene— 87; Stark, Douglas— 87; Gordon, 
Roy — 85; Johnson, Gayle — 84; Feger, George — 84; 
Kazunas, Gerald — 83; Dant, Joe — 81; Stoess, Hen- 
ry— 78; Doll, Allen— 77; Early, Robert— 72; Floyd, 
Richard— 67; Oldham, John — 63; Kelley, Larry 
— 59; Gatterdam, Edward — 52 
REGION IX 

Sullivan, Dan — 94; Vories, Dick — 91; Hummel, 
Tom— 90; Roessel, Joe— 90; Freppon, Tom— 89; 
Moore, Bob— 89; King, Ray— 88; Urlage, Dick— 
87; Wells, Glenn— 84; Haas, Tom— 83; Rich, Den- 
nis— 81; Thompson, Tom— 81; Smith, Bill— 80; 
Drake, Dick— 79; Lehkamp, Ken— 78; Moore, Bud 
—55; Perry, Charles — 55; Henry. Dan — 54; Mohr, 
Gary— 75; Bertsch, Ron — 73; Seavers, Joe — 73; 
Peeno, Harry — 72; Douthwaite, Don — 70; Switzer, 
Dick— 70; Wolfe, Dennis— 70; Racke, Jerry— 69; 
Swope. Tom— 69; Shields, Don — 69; Weyer, Jim 
—69; Bond. Terry— 68; Cosby, Carol— 66; Collins, 
Ron— 66; Morris, Ed— 66; Meyer, Dave— 65; Gab- 
bard, Ray— 64; Grefer, Tom— 64; Munninghoff, 



Lanny— 63; Jent, Dick— 62; Meyer, Rich— 61; 
Meyer, Ray— 61; Scott, Emmanual — 61; Florence, 
Joe— 59; Collier, Mike— 58; Trapp, Charles— 58; 
Denham, Al— 57; Hickey, Tom— 57; Jolly, Barry 
— 55; Perry. Charles — 55; Henry, Don — 54; Mohr, 
Tom — 54; Cooper, John — 53; Carr, Larry — 53; Dor- 
sey, Jim — 53; Kroth, Bonnie — 53; Grimm, Jane 
—52; Dennedy, Bob— 50; Vories, Kent— 49; Wilson, 
Mike— 44; Blackford, Bob— 43; McCarthy, Steve 
—42; Phillippi, Jack— 42; Shipp, Dave — 40; Dierig, 
Tom— 37; Kroth, Paul— 34 

REGIONS X & XI 

Jenkins, Jerry — 93; Ring, Bill — 93; Devary, 
Bill— 92; Pace, Donald— 91; Shuck, Tommy— 91; 
Bell, Bob "Jake"— 90; Hampton, Doug— 90; Adams, 
Jim— 89; Bramble, Jim— 89; Holt, Terrell— 89; 
Maines, George — 89; Williams, Roger — 89; Bell, 
Ron— 88; Cox, Ken— 88; Moss, Tom— 88; Bair, 
David— 87; Roark, Glen— 87; Lusby, George— 86; 
Carpenter, Jasper — 85; Turpin, Don — 85; Turpin, 
Ron— 85; Bell, Henry— 84; Gabbard, John— 84; 
Harper. Tom— 84; Mullins, Bill— 84; Brock, Jack 
—83; Hughes, Brenda— 83; Call, Barbara— 82; 
Fritz, John— 82; Scurry, Henry— 82; Switzer, Brad- 
ley— 82; Wyatt, Henry— 82; Denton, Calvin— 80; 
Home, Tuffy— 80; Straus, Bill— 80; Votaw, Tony 
—79; Adkins. Robert— 78; Craig, Ron— 78; Schell, 
Jerry— 78; Ebel, Jack— 77; Gibbons, Mike— 77; 
BiUips. Doug— 76; Flynn, Bobby— 76; Kemper, 
Nancy — 74; McClure. Jerry — 74; Nielson, Pat — 74; 
Long, Bob — 73; Perkins. Sandy — 73; Raybourne, 
Pat — 73; Thompson, Tommy — 73; Hunt, Leonard 
— 72; Johnson, Harry — 71; Middleton, John — 71; 
Sellier, Ed — 70; Stephenson, Harry — 70; Brown, 
J. W. "Scoop"— 68; Leber, Jerry— 68; Greer, Phil 
—67; Johnson, Jerry- 67; Milbern, Dan— 67; Wil- 
liams, Jack — 66; Day. Bill — 65; Johnson, Jim — 64; 
Stewart. Linda— 63; Gettler, John— 62; Martin, 
Billy— 62; Cox, Chuck— 61; Morris, Andy— 60; 
Scott, Willie — 60; Thompson, Joe — 59; Anderson, 
Luther — 58; Soper, Clyde — 58; Adams, Beverly — 
54; Whitley. Kim — 51; Yeager, Sherry — 51; Isaac, 
Barbara — 47; Lane, Diana — 45 

REGION XII 

Brown, E. C— 85.4; Hargis, Noel— 84.9; Hall, 
Charles— 80.1; Taylor, John— 79.7; Black, WiUis 
—79.6; Palko. Ed— 75.8; Hughes, Rufus— 73.3; 
Spoonamore, Jim— 72.8; Shaw, Earl— 72.5; Wal- 
lace, John— 72.3; Randolph, D. E.— 65.7; Butner, 
Bill— 63.4; Bullock, Larry— 59.3; Upchurch, David 
59.2; Spears. Tracy— 58.0; Flynn, Steve— 57.9; Nee- 
ley, Jim — 57.6; Taylor, Dale — 55.9; CorneUson, 
Mike — 54.8; Larkin, Arnold — 54.5; Mauney, Bill 
—52.7; Smith, Bob— 52.5; Acton, Claude— 52.4; 
Reeves, Curtis— 52.0; Cash, Harold— 51.7; Burgess, 
Jim— 48.8: Gover, Luid— 48.1; Wilson, Jim— 46.5; 
Casada, Lonnie — 46.3: Snider, Herb — 45.8; Tucker, 
Bob— 44.3; Wilson, Bruce— 43.1; McFall, Rod— 
42.8; Rhodus. Harold— 42.5; Murphy, Wanda— 
41.6; Page, Jim— 41.4; Girdler. Rick— 41.0; Lut- 
trell, Daisy — 41.0; Maxey, Richard — 41.0; Groce, 
Ralph— 40.3; Wheeler, Don— 38.0; Edwards, Glen 
—36.6; Eaton, Tim— 35.0; Patton, William— 33.0; 
Vaughn, Ronnie— 30.0; Crawford, Chuck— 27.6 
REGION XIII 

Brock, Alben — 95; Bruner, Jack — 95; Madon, 
Robert — 95; Centers, Mike — 90; Lefevers, Coknan 
89; Selvy, Curt— 89; Pietrowski, Paul— 87; Brock, 
John D.— 86; Troutman, Doyle— 86; Maxey, Mike 
—85; White, William— 79; LeQuire. H. M.— 77; 
Owen, Bruce — 77; Sharp, Ronnie — 77; Howard, 
James — 76; Cupp, Jackie — 74; Vaughn, Ted — 74; 
Anders. Raleigh — 72; Burkhart, James — 71; Fields, 
Rufus— 71; Rhodes. Cecil — 70; Morgan, Richard — 
69; Adams, Ray. Jr.— 67; Beckner, Gene— 67; Gam- 
brel, Don— 67; Buell, Elijah — 65; Kirkland. Luther 
—65; Napier, Wallace— 63; Ashurst, Mike— 62; 



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Smith, Benny — 62; Stagnolia, Eugene — 62; Feher, 
Al— 61; Hodges, Bill— 61; Schosser, Robert— 61; 
Blevins, Allen — 60; Dean, Jerry — 59; McCowan, 
Connell— 59; Parrott, Sharon— 59; Foutch, Enoch 
— 58; Mills, Lawrence — 58; Cox, Robert — 57; Belch- 
er, Otis — 56; Owens, Jerry — 55; Johnson, Mike — 
51; Lawson, Sonny — 51; Smith, Gary — 51; Roark, 
David — 50; Lawson, Stan — 49; Turner, Keenan — 
41; Hubbard, Oscar — 34; Jones, Franklin — 34; 
Carnes, Dwight— 33; McFarland, Donnie— 30; Hig- 
gins, David— 29; Cohelia, Richard— 19; Clem, Silas 
— 17; Dozier, Dennis — 16; Jeffers, Steve — 16; Noo- 
nan, Robert — 16; Rains, Everett — 16 
REGION XIV 

Duff, Earl— 95.7; Ku-k, Charles— 95.5; Jones, 
Denver — 95.4; Allen, Douglas — 95.3; Combs, Henry 
—94.8; Dixon. Bill— 94.8; Brewer, Jerry— 93.7; Hal'l, 
Tommy— 93.4; Napier, Charles — 93.4; Allen, Yvon 
93.2; McLean, Gordon— 93.0; Smallwood, Talmadge 
92.7; Whitaker, Charles— 92.4; Blair, Kenneth— 
92.1; Neace, Glen— 92.1; Brewer Lloyd— 91.9; Blev- 
ins, Boone — 91.6; Vanover, J. W. — 91.4; Stacy, 
Donnie— 91.1; Bates, J. R.— 90.3; Williams, Kenny 
—90.0; Noble, Gary— 89.6; Fortney, Preston— 88.3: 
Thornsberry, Larry— 88.3; Blair, Jeff— 88.1; Hall, 
Don W.— 87.4; Polly, Rex— 87.1; Watts, Leon— 
86.8; Turner, Mike— 86.8; Slover, Troy— 81.7 
REGION XV 

Runyon, Tommy D.— 92; Hall, Ted— 85; Hall, 
Tommy D. — 85; Johnson. John L. — 85; Butcher, 
Stephen D.— 83; Halbert, Hubert E,— 83; Layne, 
Bert— 83; Phillips, Thomas M.— 83; Copley, Sidney 
M.— 79; Wallen, Michael— 79; Hall, William— 77; 
Sammons, C. J.— 77; Bowling, Donald E.— 76; 
Boyd, Tommy— 76; Hall, Richard G.— 76; Bogar, 
Joseph D. — 75; Collier, Burnard — 75; Bevins, Wal- 
lace — 73; Browning. Danny W. — 72; Butcher, 
Douglas— 70: Click, Edgle— 70; Crisp, Jackie Day 
—70; Rowland, Dean— 70; Daniels, Robert A.— 69; 
Whitt, Mike— 69; Brody, Theresa— 68; Keatley, 
James H.— 68; Thompson, Ronnie— 68; Duff, Pa- 
tricia — 67; Dotson, Paul — 65; Lawson, Rondell — 
65; Layne, Malcom Darwin — 65; Duff, Birchell — 
64; Pelphrey, Joe E.— 64; Butcher, Granville "Bo" 
—59; Wallen, Wendell L.— 56; Halbert, Kathy P. 
—55: Hurley, Robert— 55; Powell, Billy R.— 55; 
Pelphrey, Paul Leslie — 53; Howard, Mike — 51; 
Banks, Judy— 49; Pennell, Donald G.— 48; Watson, 
Neil Stanton— 48; Halbert, Steve— 47; Henry, 
Keith — 47; Bentley, Lester — 46; Woosley, Darrell 
Gene — 46; Bell, Gregory — 45; Davis, William R. 
—45; Hall, Joseph M.— 45; McPeek, Roger C— 45; 
Watkins, Roger T. — 45; Hurt, Patty— 44; Cochran, 
Mike — 43; Hamilton, Paul — 43; Parker, Lowell A. 
—43; Hall, Tim— 41; Morgan, Terry Dean— 41; 
Motley, Bobby — 41; Thompson, Robert E. — 41; 
Conley, John David — 40; Green, Bill — 40; Reed, 
Johnny M. — 40; Hopson, James E. — 38;Newsome, 
Gerald Dean — 30; Conn, Dianna — 27; Daniels, 
Leon — 25 

REGION XVI 

Johnson, Walter — 89.8; Moore, Marvin — 87.3; 
Kouns, Bob— 86.3; Collins, Hubert— 85.8; Hardin, 
Don— 85.5; Dixon, Ron— 82.8; Banks, Buddy— 82.5; 
Cotton, Carl— 82.5; Kirk, Walter— 81.5; Jackson, 
Robert— 79.9; Griffith, Bill— 79.1; Cox James— 
78.6; Phelps. Ray— 78.6; Plummer, Bill— 78.6; Ash- 
er. Ralph— 75.2; Ramey, Gary— 75.2; Cundiff, Curt 
—72.4; Salyer, Joe— 72.1; McKenzie, James— 70.0; 
Allen, Nelson— 68.6; Kress, Eddie— 68.6; Burch, 
Bill— 67.6; McKenzie, Dwight — 66.4; Cooper, War- 
ren- 66.2; Newman, Bill— 65.4; Radjunas, Ed— 
63.2; Reliford, Paul— 59.3; Hyland, Dick— 58.3; 
Barker, Walter— 57.2; Hall, Mike— 57.2; Hobbs, 
Charles— 56.6; WaUenfelsz, David— 55.9; Towler, 
Steve— 51.3; Wiley, Michael— 50.3; McAlister, 
James— 43.2; Tate, Harold— 43.0 



REGISIERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. — 1976 

I£ one telephone number is given for a^ official listed 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given the first number is that of the home 
phcne. 

Adams, Jim, 103 Glen Cove, Nlcholasville 40356, 885-3471, 

254-2378 
Aldridge, J.'imes R., 119 Edgewood Rd., Radcliff 40160. 

351-9689, 351-3181 
Alford, Ralph Judd, Rt. 5, Box 436, Morehead 40351, 784- 

8767, 784-8767 
Allen, James E., 9908 Merioneth Dr., Jeffersontown 40299, 

262-0216 
Allgood, David A., 6113 Catheen Way, Louisville 40213, 

969-2530, 456-4683 , 
Allison. Ro\-. Box 877. Harlan 40831, 573-3789, 573-4770 
Allen, Arthur, Rt, 6, Franklin 42134, 586-6836, 586-3231 
Almand, David F., 214 Liberty St., Franklin 42134, 586-5475 
Ammerman. Robert P., 305 E. Pleasant St., Cynthiana 

41031 234-6381 234-3641 
Anders, Raleigh A., Rt. 7, Box 346, London 40741, 864-4060, 

528-3912 (Corbin) 
-Anderson, Ann T., 1178 Moon Dr., Apt. 3, Radcliff 40160, 

351-5517 
Arflin, Tracy T., 7540-B McDevett Cir., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-5366, 624-4415 
Arthur, Paul, 645 South Terrace, Huntington, W. Va. 

25705 523-8963 739-5742 
Asher, Ralph, Box 232, Olive Hill 41164, 286-2081, 286-2081 
.Austin, Tom A,, 230 Mohawk Dr„ Paducah 42001, 554-4562, 

443-1193 
Baldwin. Dennis E,, 4605 Myrick PI,, Valley Station 40272, 

935-0667, 443-8210 
Barbour, Ralph B., 3481 Bathurst Ct., Lexington 40503, 

278-0144 
Barker, David H„ Bulan 41722, 633-2089, 436-3377 
Barker, Norman, Bulan 41722, 251-2878 
Barnev, Greg. 120 Forrest Dr., Radcliff 40160, 351-1379, 

624-4646 
Barnott, John R., 2436 LaRochelle Rd., Lexington 40504, 

254-3188, 255-3612 . 
Bartlett, Charles W., 2303 Chateaugay Loop, Owensboro 

42301, 684-5472, 683-2431. Ext. 235 
Bates, James R., Box 584, Whitesburg 41858, 633-7227, 

B.33-2266 
B.itterton, Keith. Scenic Hill Est., Rt. 8, Harrodsburg 

40330. 734-9624. 734-42.55 
Bauman, Cease, Rt, 2, Box 226, Bardstown 40004, 348-6081, 

348-6081 
Beck, Philip, 1305 Center St,. Apt. 1, Bowling Green 42101 
Beineke. James D.. 66 Daisy Lane, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-3700. 891-0600 
Bell, Clarence T,, 3812 Meadow Haven Rd., Louisville 

40218, 491-2846. 582-5573 

Bell, Ronald Keith, 2510 Gardiner Lane, Louisville 40205, 

459-2716 
Bell, Russell G.. 157 Sunset Drive, Frankfort 40601, 695- 

1353, 564-4313 
Bernardini, Bruno. 203 Taft Dr., Clarksville, Tenn. 37040, 

552-1507, 798-6810 
Bevins, Wally I,, Box 205, Forest Hills 41527, 237-4611, 

237-1324 
Bewley, Harrv G., 306 Estate Dr,, Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-5018, 737-6466 
Bickel. Arthur Frank. 4910 Lea Ann Way, Louisville 

40219, 968-6770. 366-9511, Ext. 641 

Biechler. Dwight A,, 552 F Folger St., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-7576 
Blackford, Robert L., 414 Dayflower Ct., Edgewood 41017, 

34R-3349, 341-3849 
Blemker. Rav, Jr., 2363 Dundee Dr., Henderson 42420, 

826-8330, 423-6871 
Blevins. Donald W., 1958 Natchez Tr., Lexington 40504, 

277-6824. 252-4009 
Bocook. Earl, 1102 Beech St., Kenova, W. Va. 25530, 453- 

1810. 453-1810 
Bogar, Joseph D,. Box 37, Hardy 41531, 353-9540, 353-7241 
Bogue, Ronald A.. 5742-A Allison Ave., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-7192. 624-7133 
Bond. Roger D,. Rt. 5, Box 541, Charleston, W. Va. 25312, 

984-0560. 747-7239 
Bond, Terry Lee. Sr.. 11 Circle, Crestview 41076, 441-0723 
Bottles. Donald W.. 1014 Pawnee Dr., Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-7289. 765-7213 
Bovles, Jerry F., 2407 Hillcrest Rd., Ashland 41101, 324- 

6995. 329-4178 
Bozarth, Perry E,, Rt. 3, Georgetown 40324, 863-3859, 

254-0168 
Bracher. David R.. R, R. 1, Gentryville, Indiana 47537, 

.?62-7649, 423-3747 
Bradford. P. Neil. 3026 Nepperhan, Louisville 40220. 491- 

7640, 778-6631. Ext, 382 
Bradford, Robert A., 1151 Poplar Ave., Ashland 41101, 

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Bramble, James L., 480 Doncaster Ct., Lexington 40505, 

299-5750, 278-9355 
Brauch, Chas. J., 117 Westview Dr., Bardstown 40004, 

348-3218, 348-3991 
Brause, Dr. Allan R., 5230 Clearlake Dr., Cincinnati, Ohio 

45239, 574-5550. 921-5300. Ext. 451 
Breeden, Hugh F., 1053 Winburn Dr., F-132, Lexington 

40511. 299-2865, 277-9935 
Breeding, Joe, 3603 Brad Ct., Louisville 40220, 491-7528. 

452-3032 
Brewer, Jerrv. Bonnyman 41719. 436-6200, 436-3155 
Brewer, Lloyd, Combs 41729, 436-6672, 436-3155 
Brock, Jack W., 421 Peachtree Rd., Lexington 40504, 266- 

4435, 259-3456, Ext. 236 
Brotzge. Maurice, 4414 Comanche Tr., Louisville 40207. 

393-7206, 896-4461 
Brown, Herman G., RFD #1, Box 108, Bagdad 40003, 747- 

8991, 633-2040 
Brown, John W., 975 Waverly Dr., Lexington 40505, 254- 

1940. 255-0835 
Brown, Martin J.. Jr., 2605 Neblett Ave., Louisville 40216, 

447-1136, 581-2486 
Brown, Mike, 505 Leyton Ave., Louisville 40222, 425-0647, 

368-2581 
Brown. Stephen P., 433 Bristol Rd., Lexington 40502, 266- 

7900 
Brown, Thomas E., 65.52 McCorkle Ave., S.E., Charleston, 

W. Va. 25304. 925-1507. 342-4189 
Brown, Wendell Rt. 6, Box 682, London 40741, 864-2372, 

864-2276 
Brubaker. Don, Rt. 3, Box 573, South Point, Ohio 45680, 

377-2235 377-2235 
Brubaker, John E., 2511 Farm Hill Dr., Flatwoods 41139, 

836-5024, 325-8511, Ext. 817 
Brummett, Don, 6110 Six Mile Lane, Louisville 40218, 

491-6087, 944-5455 
Buckley, Robert S., Jr., 933 Washington, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-8275, 329-5583 
Bullock, James D., Rt. 4, Box 66, Madisonville 42431, 825- 

2645, 821-5761 
Burgess. Oley, 1708 Sycamore St., Kenova, W. Va., 453-2593 
Burke, David D., 1413 Patterson St., Flatwoods 41139, 836- 

1268, 324-3129 
Burkeen, Phillip, 659 Wakefield Ave., Bowling Green 42101, 

842-4182, 842-5302 
Burkhart, James G.. Box 133, Wallins 40873, 664-2162, 

573-5027 
Burrus, Lee, Jr.. 918 Lime Spring Way, Louisville 40223, 

245-2607, 772-8862 
Burris, Ralph. Rt. 3, Box 154, Nicholasville 40356, 858- 

3014, 885-4659 
Burton, James, 308 S. Broadway, Providence 42450, 667- 

2296, 521-6661 
Burton, John. 2801 Holt St., Ashland 41101, 325-4097, 739- 

4166, Ext. 8292 
Burton, John B., Ill, 826 13th St., Ashland 41101, 325-8291. 

324-5353 
Butler. Denver E., 1533 Southgate Ave., Louisville 40215. 

366-7195 
Butler, Robert D.. 3854 S. Griffith, Owensboro 42301, 

683-1285 
Byrd. A. Gordon, 6204 Scottwood Dr., Louisville 402.58, 

935-9995 367-3490 
Cameron. Dan. 2912 Chevenne. Owensboro 42301, 926-2321 
Cargill, Thomas. 3515 Del Park Terrace, Louisville 40211. 

776-3816, 584-7156 
Carlson, David A.. 2916 Washington St., Paducah 42001, 

444-7943, 444-6311, Ext. 435 
Carmichael. Steven G., 335 Transylvania Pk., Lexington 

40508. 254-1091 
Carr. Billv W., 612 Village Dr., Franklin 42134, 586-6910, 

586-3261 
Carr. Larry, 323 Shelby St., Bromley 41016, 261-2994, 293- 

3731 
Cates, Rickey. R.R. 5. Box 81. Morganfield 42437. 333-5525 
Cecil. Henrv E.. 143 Barberry Lane. Bardstown 40004, 348- 

5457. 348-3309 
Cecil, James Ronald. 3020 Dogwood Dr., Louisville 40220, 

454-0204 582-5521 
Chasteen. Earl, 109 Taylor Dr., Cynthiana 41031, 234-4897, 

234-1895 
Chattin. Ernie. 615-17th St., Ashland 41101, 324-2665, 325- 

8586, Ext. 231 
Clark, John E.. 1485 Meadowthorpe Ave., Lexington 40504, 

253-0036. 259-1411, Ext. 288 
Clark, Owen B.. 1301 Fairfax Way, Georgetown 40324. 863- 

3719. 863-3719 
Clayton Terry W.. 1409 Longview Dr.. Bowling Green 

42101. 781-6323. 842-2302 
Clements. William P.. Jr., 218 Old Orchard Lane. Hender- 
son 42420. 826-3878. 826-2551 
Clemmons. Sam. 226 Rugby Road, Lexington 40504, 255- 
7566, 252-8487 

Cline, Nick, 5505 Whispering Hills Blvd., Louisville 40219, 
964-0214 

Cole, Robert J., Jr.. 3623 Downing Way. Louisville 40218. 
459-8095. 448-6212 



Coleman. Louis. 4207 Wooded Way, Louisville 40219, 969- 

0982. 774-3207 
CoUey. Lynn W.. 411 E. 23rd St.. Hopkinsville 42240, 885- 

9538, 886-4463 
Collins, Charles, 4523 Shenandoah Dr., Louisville 40222, 

425-7850, 634-1551, Ext. 215 
Collins. Ron, 2590 Old Buttermilk, Villa Hills 41016, 341- 

0578, 431-9964 
Collins, Stephen F., 2027 Winston Ave., Louisville 40205, 

459-7810, 896-8841 
Conlin, Martin T., 910 Highknoll Ct., Apt. 48, Ludlow 

41016, 341-5262, 291-2268 
Cook, Richard, 50 Forest Ave., Ft. Thomas 41075. 441-9269, 

243-6205 
Copley. Sidney M.. Box 13, Red Jacket, W. Va. 25692, 

426-4545. 426-4480 
Corbett. John B., 311 South 6th, Bardstown 40004, 348-2155, 

348-3953 
Cornelison, Michael, P.O. Box 7, Berea 40403, 986-9568, 

986-3371 
Comwell, Bobbv, Rt. 2, Russellville Rd., Franklin 42134, 

586-8250, 586-8954 
Cornwell, James, Box 110, 602 Craig, Franklin 42134, 

586-4327, 586-4456 
Courtnev, David, 852 Henry Clay Blvd., Lexington 40503, 

253-1071, 259-3456 
Cowan, Larry G., P.O. Box 352, Clay 42404, 664-2233 
Cowan, R L. "Bob". Sr.. 11505 Fisherman Way. Louisville 

40222 241-1712 587-5387 
Cox. Clarence Chuck. 497 Hill-N-Dale Rd.. Lexington 

40503. 277-5991. 252-5825 
Cox. Mike. Wooton 41776. 279-4268. 439-1460 
Cox. Thomas O.. Box 262. Calhoun 42327. 273-5375. 785-4068 
Coyner. Michael S.. 3236 Randy Dr.. Ashland 41101. 324-9713 
Craft. Albert B.. 1606 Meadowthorpe Dr., Lexington 40505, 

254-5365, 255-8600 
Crider, Ray, 1120 Franelm Rd., Louisville 40214, 368-1196, 

584-8189 
Cross, Roger, 362 Dixie Highway, Muldraugh 40155, 942- 

3625. 942-3510 
Crutcher, David. Rt. 1. Ekron 40117, 828-2550. 624-2513 
Crutcher. John. Rt. 1. Ekron 40117. 828-3281. 624-1926 
Crutcher. Paul. R.R. 1. Ekron 40117. 828-3745. 624-8349 
Culp. Willard E.. 318 Skyline Pk. Dr., Hopkinsville 42290, 

886-7967 
Cummings, Robert P.. Jr., Rt. 2, Box 143, Franklin 42134, 

586-8483. 586-8483 
Current. Ellis Rav. 3006 Montavesta Dr.. Lexington 40502, 

266-2877. 272-0214 
Current. Robert O.. 3593 Pimlico Pkwy.. Lexington 40502, 

272-3052 293-3897 
Cutter. Cor'inne. 1805 Gayle Dr., Lexington 40505, 299-0660 
DaoDoulos. Jim. 3474 Ipswich Ct., Lexington 40503, 277-8354, 

276-3587 
Daves, Ron, 2536 Seminole PI., Owensboro 42301, 685-2466, 

684-8811 
Davidson. Harlan, Jr., P.O. Box 52, Hazard 41701, 439-1837, 

436-3101 
Davis, Larrv. 3229 W. Ky.. Louisville 40211, 772-3106 
Davis. RalDh C. 1326 S. 7th St., Ironton, Ohio 45638, 532- 

8606. 532-8143 
Day. Richard. 1606 Alexandria Dr.. Lexington 40504, 277- 

9759, 255-1084 
Day, Rov E.. 1325 Redbud Lane, Malisonville 42431, 821-2265 
Dempsev. Glenn T., 121 Bender Dr., Frankfort 40601, 

223-2279, 232-3734 
Denton. Wm. J.. 6709 Seminole Ave., Louisville 40214, 

366-2137. 776-9310 
Deruelle. Kenneth, P.O. Box 433, New Albany, Indiana 

47150. 944-3562. 774-6508 
DeSensi. W. C. "Chick", 7714 Mango Dr., Louisville 40258, 

937-0330 774-4421 
Dewees, Wm. L., Jr., 7007 Ashby Lane, Louisville 40272, 

935-8724 
Dickens. William. D., 313 Beacon Hill, Nicholasville 40356, 

855-6727, 855-6727 
Diznev. Wm. C. 206 4th St., Corbin 40701, 528-3313 
Dorsev. James O., P.O. Box 504, Somerset 42501, 679-2738, 

678-5929 
Douglas. Randall. 209 Laurel Dr.. Berea 40403. 986-8345, 

986-9321 
Downs. Gil. 2208 Richland. Louisville 40218. 499-1684. 588- 

5978 
Doyle. Dannv. 407 Lindsay Ct. #2. Louisville 40206. 893- 

3348. 776-4651 
Drake. Richard, 72 Donnelly Dr., Ft. Thomas 41075, 441-4235 
Duff, Earl, 240 Ky. Blvd., Hazard 41701, 436-2604, 436-2604 
Duff, William C.. Jr., 154 Goodrich Ave., Lexington 40503, 

277-0524, 623-5098 
Durbin. Christopher S., 509 Lansdale, Bowling Green 

42101. 781-5313. 781-5313 
Durden. John R.. Rt. 1. Cerulean 42215. 885-8847. 886-4463 
Durham, Tom. 3386 Fraserdale Dr., Lexington 40503, 277- 

1921, 255-3612, Ext. 229 
Dyehouse. James F., Jr.. 3462 Boston Rd., Lexington 40503, 
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Easley, Dan, Ht. 3, Nicholasville 40356, 885-9613, 858-3511 
Easterly, Tom, 210 W. State St., Apt. 8, Frankfort 40601. 

223-5488 223-5488 
Edwards, Marion E., E. Main, Sebree 42455, 835-2298 
Elder, Gary, 1905 Maricopa Ct., Louisville 40223, 426-6522, 

452-3021 
Eldridge, Wayne R., P.O. Box 98, Science Hill 42553, 423- 

3495, 678-8161 
Ellis, Bill, 3641 Bradley Rd., Huntington, W. Va. 25704, 

429-2117 525-5193 
Ellis, James F., Rt. 6, Huntertown Rd., Versailles 40383, 

873-7459, 232-6380 
Elovitz, Carl, 1920 Spring Grove Ave., Lexington 40504, 

277-3994, 873-3691 
Emmons, Guy W., 5500 Crosswood Ct., Louisville 40291, 

239-9537 491-4870 
Epperson, James F., P.O. Box 5379, Lexington 40505, 233- 

0899 254-9341 
Etienne,' Donald H., Magnet, Indiana 47555, 843-5265, 547-2613 
Eubanks, William M., 302 Finn. St., Franklin 42134, 586- 

8696, 586-4711 
Evans, Thomas D., 105 S. Elm Grove, Bardstown 40004, 

348-2785, 348-9051 
Evans, Willis S., 3600 Montclair Ave., Louisville 40218, 

491-2317, 582-5410 
Ewen, George N., 2082 Rambler Rd., Lexington 40503, 

278-6235, 253-1686 
Ewing, Roger G., Rt. 1, Cox's Creek 40013, 348-3253, 348-9211 
Faris, William S., 1103 Merrick Dr., Lexington 40502, 266- 

0077, 253-0511, Ext. 227 
Farmer, Donnie R., 5517 Brinson Dr., Louisville 40216, 

447-8228, 363-9238 
Faris, Leon W., Ill, 212 Barberry Lane, Lexington 40503, 

278-4103 255-2120 
Faust, Jack, 2427 Concord Dr., Louisville 40217, 634-4204, 

634-4796 
Feltner, Danny, R. R. 2, Box 151-A, Hazard 41701, 436-5152, 

436-3155 
Fenimore. Clarke E., 4083 Gilman Ave., Louisville 40207, 

896-4716, 491-8400 
Ferguson, Rov, Rt. 3, Barbourville 40906, 546-9976 (Bus.) 
Ferrell, George S., P.O. Box 373, Delbarton, W. Va. 25670. 

475-3451, 426-4580 
Ferrell, Ronnie, Box 2500, Williamson, W. Va. 25661, 237- 

1344, 235-2323, Ext. 47 
Finck, Dennis Ray, 2618 Pindell Ave., Louisville 40217. 

635-2284, 245-7847 
Fish, Leland G.. 537 Folkstone Dr., Lexington 40502, 266- 

5087, 252-2312, Ext. 2535 
Flynn. Bobby. 428 McKenna Ct,, Lexington 40505, 299- 

5902, 278-9310 
Foster, Berryman E., 927 Waverly Dr., Lexington 40505. 

255-7374 
Fraley, Bill, 1604 Lee Dr., Henderson 42420, 827-4993, 827- 

4993 
Fraley, Charlie L.. 9057 E. Young St., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-3860. 624-5947 
Francis, Conrad L., Rt. 1. Box 115-B. Centertown 42328, 

232-4937. 298-3261 
Francis, William R., U.S. Army Recruiting. Madison 

Square. Madisonville 42431, 821-0423, 821-5761 
Frankel, Louis S., 3723 Stanton Blvd., Louisville 40220, 

452-6519. 452-6519 
Franklin, Clifford. 10152 Zig Zag Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45242, 891-3567, 251-4828 
Frazer, Tom Roe, Rt. 1, Sturgis 42459, 333-4412, 333-4672 
Friedman, Charles M.. 4502 Fegenbush Lane, Louisville 

40218. 454-3861, 582-1645 
Froebel. Martv, 5553A Folger, Ft. Knox 40121, 624-8460, 

624-5152 
Fryer. William M., .#1 S. Main, Henderson 42420. 826-5976, 

826-7171 
Fryrear, Bill P.. 204 Lanark Dell, Middletown 40243, 245- 

0354, 452-5578 
Fuchs Charles "Donuts", 704 Fifth St., Dayton 41074, 

581-6080 
Fulmer. James W., 6280 Kugler Mill, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45236, 891-6096, 733-4300 
Furlong, Wm. E.. 3320 Grandview Ave., Louisville 40207, 

895-4755, 582-5108 
Gallaher, Jack F., 2947 Adams Ave., Ashland 41101, 325- 

2420 324-2142 
Gammon, William H., 158 Deering Ct., Russell 41169, 836- 

1129, 329-3633 
Gardner, James R., 3302 Montavesta Rd. #B-53, Lexington 

40502, 266-8969, 257-1497 
Garner, Andrew M., 117 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue 41073, 

261-3104 
Gelbke, Gilbert M.. 840 Alexandria Pike, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-2273, 621-2388 
Gentry, Dale J.. 4945 Determine Lane, Louisville 40216, 

447-5981, 585-5814 
Gettler. David, 705 Providence Rd., Lexington 40502, 266- 

4801 
Gettler, John F.. 705 Providence Rd., Lexington 40502. 

266-4801, 255-0835 
Gfell, George V., 3319 Coldstream, Lexington 40502, 272- 
1349, 272-1349 



Gibson, Richard L., 105 4th Street, Cynthiana 41031. 234- 

4251 234-4632 
Gilkerson. Pat, Rt. 1, Box 116A. Prichard. W. Va. 25555. 

486-5291, 525-7611 
Gober, John S.. 204 Morningside, Clarksville, Tenn. 37040. 

648-2731, 798-2728 
Gore, Bailey, 1603 Sunset Dr., Murray 42071, 753-8509, 762- 

6285 
Gorham. Barry W., 514 Folkstone Dr., Lexington 40502, 

266-3978, 259-1331 
Graas, Oscar L., 5103 Volney Ct., Louisville 40291. 491- 

7727 968-5321 
Graham, Jim, 2517 Jackson St., Ashland 41101. 324-8169. 

325-8511. Ext. 733 
Green. Donald, P.O. Box 782, Mayfield 42066, 247-6038. 

247-6445 
Greenwell, Robert A., 4114 Wimpole Rd., Louisville 40218, 

491-8646, 367-6449 
Grefer, Thomas J., 65 Geiger Ave., Bellevue 41073, 491- 

3219, 261-8655 
Griffin, Powell L., 924 Burning Springs Cir., Louisville 

40223, 245-8188, 426-3900 
Griggs, Cole. 3045 Dartmouth Dr., Lexington 40503, 272-4749 
Gross, Joe, Box 697, Hazard 41701, 436-2661 
Gumble, Artie, 724 St. Matthews Circle, Taylor Mill 41015, 

581-3488, 581-3488 
Gutterman, Jim, 6012 Toebbe Lane, Louisville 40229, 969- 

2650 
Guy, N. S., Browning Acres, Harlan 40831, 573-4684, 573-4707 
Hackett. Wilbur L., 3r., 1472 Olive Street, Louisville 40210, 

772-0493, 452-4109 
Haddad, Freddie D., Jr., 324 Royer Ct., Louisville 40206, 

896-6998, 588-6186 
Hadden, Newell, Rt. 1, Stanford 40484, 792-3411, 277-7803 
Hagan, Michael J., 9104 Catania Dr., Louisville 40299, 

491-1168. 964-2303 
Hagy, Daniel B., P.O. Box 361, Loyall 40854, 573-1814 
Hall. Charles E., Rt. 1, Goggin Lane, DanviUe 40422, 236- 

8818, 236-2604 
Hall, Samuel E., 1931 E. 21st, Owensboro 42301. 684-4153. 

684-8811 
Hamhy, Thomas E,, 201 Gateway Lane, Hopkinsville 42240. 

885-9980 
Hammons, George F., Box 283, Barbourville 40906, 546-6449, 

546-3111 
Hardin, Gary, Box 536, South Shore 41175, 932-4436 
Harris, David L., 207 N, 3rd St., Bardstown 40004, 348-5733. 

348-3311 
Harris, James D., 207 N. 3rd St., Bardstown 40004, 348-5733, 

348-3301 
Hartlage, J. Larry, 8803 Aria Drive, Louisville 40219, 968- 

2542, 637-5411 
Hatfield, Paul R., Zebulon 41501, 432-2855 
Hauber, John R., 1328 Winter Ave., Louisville 40204, 

583-3244 
Hauber, Leo T., 3945 Kennison Ave., Louisville 40207, 897- 

3423 587-5720 
Hav.'kins, Donald H., Rt. 2, Vine Grove 40175, 828-3631, 

828-2125 
Hawkins. Ed, 5999 Waldway Lane. Cincinnati, Ohio 45224, 

542-3888. 542-9000 
Hawkins, Will A., Box C, Springfield, Tenn. 37172, 384- 

5310. 384-3561 
Hayden. John O. 1624 Stafford Ave., Louisville 40216, 

367-8662, 368-3351 
Havnes, Ronnie, Rt. 1. Ekron 40117, 828-2303, 828-2303 
Heaberlin. Bill. 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6915, 325-8511. Ext. 253 
Heaberlin. Robert L.. 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods 

41139, 836-6915. 836-9681. Ext. 101 
Heaberlin, William, Jr., 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods 

41139, 836-6915 
Head, Lon E., Box 76. Lovall 40854, 573-1814. 573-1900 
Hedge. David W.. 107 Manlehurst Dr., Jeffersonville, 

Indiana 47130, 283-3962, 283-6943 
Heinze, John G.. Jr.. 39 South Highland Avenue, Prestons- 

burg 41653. 886-6025 
Helton. Leslie. 6510 Maravian Dr., Louisville 40258, 448- 

8201, 897-3151 
Henderson. Charles A.. 8053 Esterbrook Dr., Nashville. 

Tenn. 37221. 646-1592, 256-3681 
Hen don. L J.. 228 S. 15th St., Murray 42071, 753-3658. 

753-2825 
Herald. Thomas A. 845 Linden Ave.. Newport 41071. 431- 

5988 
Hicks. Jack, 29 Avenel PI., Ft. Thomas 41075, 781-0613. 

261-6666 
Higdon, Coy. R. R. 1, Slaughters 42456, 884-3370, 884-3370 
Hillyer. Charles L., 201 Dalewood Dr., Clarksville, Tenn. 

37040. 647-7595. 798-3015 
Hines. Richard G., Rt. 4. Box 228A, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

9488. 348-9231 
Hobson. Wavnp. 4fi01 Shenandoah Dr., Louisville 40222. 

426-7656. 587-2210 
Hoffman Thomas 812 Dalewood Rd., Villa Hills 41016, 
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Holman, Joseph B., 470 Plainvlew Rd., Lexington 40502, 

269-3057. 277-5822 
Holthouser, Richard, 1247 Everett Ave., Louisville 40204, 

451-4138, 366-9561 
Holzknecht, Thomas, 7507 Waldwick Ct., Louisville 40258, 

935-4178 
Hopkins, George D., Box 371, Elkhom City 41522, 754-5648 
Hopson, James E., Rt. 1, Box 918M. Pikeville 41501, 437- 

7772, 432-1461 
Horsman. Bill, 2902 S. 5th St.. Louisville 40208, 637-1201, 

282-0461 
Houchens, Tom. 505 N. Long St.. London 40741, 864-9075, 

864-2136 
Howard, James D., Box 197, Loyall 40854. 573-4752. 573-4520 
Howell. Damon Jr.. Box 37, Bardstown 40004, 348-6601 
Hubbard, John D., Box 66. Bardstown 40004, 348-3067, 

348-6457 
Huffine. Gary L.. Rt. 8. 268 Japoncia Dr., Paducah 42001, 

442-4125, 442-4125 
Humble. Mike. 1606 Mohawk Tr., Hopkinsville 42240, 886- 

9334, 886-4431 
Hunt. Leonard. 1303 Gainesway. Lexington 40502. 272- 

6095. 253-3441 
Hunter. James. 4219 Naneen Dr.. Louisville 40216. 367-1361 
Hutcheson. John. P.O. Box 455. Morgantown 42261. 526- 

3677. 526-3828 
Ishmael. Stephen A.. 2605 Top Hill Rd.. Louisville 40206, 

245-9571, 245-9571 
Ives. Rick. Lot 27. Skyline Tr, Pk.. Bowling Green 42101. 

843-2164. 781-6330 
Jackson. William C.. Rt. 4. Box 392. Morganfield 42437, 

389-4333, 389-2419. Ext. 285 
Jacoby, Ben W.. Rt. 1. Georgetown 40324. 863-0508, 255-6812 
James. Gene. 1507 S. 3rd St.. Ironton. Ohio 45638. 532-6976. 

532-6976 
Janes. Charles W.. 212 W. Beall St.. Bardstown 40004, 348- 

6545, 348-3931 
Jecker. Richard 3733 Hillsboro Rd. #9. Louisville 40207. 

895-6023. 584-5311 
Jeffers. Steve. 117 School St.. Barbourville 40906, 546-5415, 

546-5101 
Jeffries. David T.. 9502 Candywood Lane, Louisville 40291, 

239-4498 
Jenkins, Burney R.. 510 Hollow Creek Rd.. Apt. 82. Pebble- 
brook. Lexmgton 40511. 255-0835 
Jensen. Edward, 3407 Trellis Ct., Jeffersontown 40299, 

267-7010 
Johnson. Arthur E.. Lee Dean Est.. Lot 34. Rt. 5. Nicholas- 

ville 40356. 272-5858. 258-5881 
Johnson, Bob. 3310 Springhaven, Catlettsburg 41129, 739-6272 
Johnson, Gordon M., P.O. Box 682. Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-6163. 886-8362 
Johnson. Harrv A.. 4329 Harts Court. Paducah 42001. 443- 

1767. 444-6311. Ext. 387 
Johnson. Larry J.. 303 Patton Dr.. Ashland 41101. 325-7539 
Johnson. Ned B.. 117 South Second. Bardstown 40004. 348- 

3534 348-3943 
Johnson. Reid O., 426 Redwood Dr.. Lexington 40511. 255- 

9076. 259-1411 
Johnson. Stan W.. 3500 Ashlawn Dr.. Owensboro 42301, 

684-2157, 295-3451 
Jones. Denver "Smokey". P.O. Box 33, Viper 41774, 439- 

1812. 436-5796 
Jones. Paul D.. 4012 Massie Avenue, Louisville 40202, 895- 

5074, 588-6571 
Jordan. Charles M.. Franklin Apt. 3L. Louisa 41230. 638- 

4893. 789-4271 
Joseph. Charles S.. 1081 Lincoln Tr. Blvl., Radcliff 40160. 

351-6710. 351-6677 
Jut/.. Gerald W.. 917 Beecher. Louisville 40215. 366-8203, 

634-4796 
Kammerdiener. Ronald. 3712 Klondike Apt. #29, Louisville 

40218. 452-6845. 582-4787 
TCammerer. Kenneth. R. R. 1. Box 266B, Melbourne 41059, 

635-5406, 721-1111. Ext. 223 
Kammerer. Larry G.. 22 Elmwood Ct., Alexandria 41001. 

635-479(i. 369-5335 
Kaufman. Alvin R,. 8215 St. Anthony Ch. Rd., Louisville 

40214. 366-0126. 566-4405 
Keifer. Robert B.. Jr.. 2916 Hackworth St.. Ashland 41101. 

324-2872. 329-4631 
Keller. Terry Joe. 237 Ludford St.. Ludlow 41016. 261-9987. 

621-3948 
Kemen. Jerry. 440 Pickett Drive, Ft. Wright 41011. 331- 

4292. 563-1400 
Kennedy. Jim. Rt. 5. 212 Paddock Place. Versailles 40383, 

873-7490. 257-3659 
Kinch. Marvin N.. 104 Woodland Dr., Somerset 42501. 

679-3690. 679-2403 
Kinnard. Robert F.. 417 Moss Dr., Lexington 40505. 232- 

6344 (Bus.) 
Kinslow. Bill. 600 Hedgewood Drive, Franklin 42134, 586- 

8620. 586-4451 
Kirk. Charles. P.O. Box 543. Cumberland 40823. 589-2089, 

633-4422 
Kirk, Jerry R., Rt. 1. Partridge 40213, 589-2776, 633-4422 



Kirkland, Drew, 4119 N. Stafford (Spring Bank), Owens- 
boro 42301, 926-2468, 684-1404 
Kirklin. Luther, Sunny Acres, Harlan 40831, 573-2535. 

573-2210 
Klusman, Carl J.. Jr., 3004 Piedmont Dr., Louisville 40205, 

459-0581. 634-1531, Ext. 290 
Kordenbrock. Joseph S., 106 Hart Dr., Hebron 41048, 689- 

7190. 421-8855 
Kouns, Robert H.. Box 582, South Shore 41175, 932-4540 
Kraft, H. Nellis, R. R. 1, P.O. Box F67, Crestwood 40014, 

222-7798 584-4253 
Kresse. Milton. 4093 Matthews Place, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-2989. 624-3343 
Kuster. Thomas T., 6509 Bluegill Blvd., Louisville 40229, 

964-1700, 587-3701 
Lambert, Irvin, 6412 Fern Crest, Louisville 40291, 239-4996, 

636-5127 
Lamkin, Ricky A.. 1626 College Farm Rd., Murray 42071, 

753-0575, 762-4735 
Lange. William E.. 5515 Ken Lane, Louisville 40258, 935- 

4710, 361-0123 
Laudeman. Bob. 206 Don Allen Rd., Louisville 40207, 

895-3944, 895-3944 
Lawson. Don T.. 102 2nd St., Barbourville 40906, 546-5658, 

546-5157 
Lawson. Leland, 949 Deporres Ave., Lexington, 254-1009, 

254-8076 
Lawson, Rondell. Garrett 41630, 358-3531, 447-3961 
Leahy. Pat. 2907 Cromarty Way, Louisville 40218, 491-6766, 

587-5215 
Ledford. Tom. 2702 Wren Rd., Ft. Campbell 42223, 431- 

4482. 798-2812 
Lee, Charles J.. P,0, Box 57, Williamsburg 40769, 549-3766, 

528-5851 
Lee. Douglas. Woodland Hills, Harlan 40831, 573-2676, 

573-1160 
Lee, Robert, Box 5, Rt. 609, Coldiron 40819, 664-2580, 664- 

3480 
Lee, William A,. Box 116. Wallins Creek 40873, 664-2127, 

573-5027 
Leland. Lonnie. 1857-A Chatsworth, Lexington 40505, 299- 

5300 
Leneave. Robert E., 205 E. 18th, Benton 42025, 527-3661, 

527-1421 
Lenz. James W.. 2812 Pomeroy Dr., Louisville 40218, 491- 

9409 
Lewis. Joseph. 1245 Summitt, Lexington 40502. 266-7246 
Lewis. Terry. 328 S. Alves St.. Henderson 42420, 827-5112 
Liberatore. Sam. 118 Hurstland, Bardstown 40004. 348-6245 
Lile. Clyde F.. 918 Elizabeth Dr., Hopkinsville 42240, 886- 

5584. 886-4106 
Lillie. Wes. 4204 Poplar Level Rd., Louisville 40213, 456- 

1586 (Bus.) 
Linkes. Clifford C.. 3051 Kirklevington Dr., Apt. 114, 

Lexington 40502. 272-8722. 564-3020 
Lloyd, David, 2850 Paddock Ln., Villa Hills 41016, 341-2194, 

441-7100 
Logan. Michael, Shultz Rd., South Shore 41175, 932-3310 
Logsdon. Michael R., 299 Logsdon Pkwy., RadcUff 40160, 

351-3754 
Long. Scottie J,. 2425 N, Park Dr., Apt. 1, Henderson 

42420. 826-5419 
Looney. James O.. Rt. 1. Box 60-C. Elkhorn City 41522, 

754-9300 
Looney. John P.. 292 Bellefonte Circle, Ashland 41101, 

324-3574 836-3126 
Lowe. Staii, P.O. Box 337. Russellville 42276, 726-6647, 

726-6647 
Luckett. Paul J., R. R. 4. Owensboro 42301, 229-4244, 926- 

3200 
Luckett. Thomas Edward. 2006 Clinton Place East, Owens- 
boro 42301. 684-1610. 684-7273 
Lusby. George. 615 Pueblo Trail. Georgetown 40324. 863- 

1440. 863-3805 
Liittrell. Gurnev C. Box 232, Harlan 40831, 573-1960 
Lykins, James O.. 2833 Campus Dr.. Ft. Mitchell 41017, 

331-7675. 261-2980 
Lynch. Lester F.. 702 N. Main St.. Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-2060. 769-5592 
Lyons. Ronald G.. 3000 Winterhaven Rd., Louisville 40220, 

491-2391 
McCam.ish. Dan. Rt, 5. Milton Ave., Elizabethtown 42701, 

737-6973. 351-3167 
McClure, Jerry. 1857 Courtland Dr., Lexington 40505. 299- 

5465. 293-1812 
McClure. Tom. 204 Madison. Bardstown 40004, 348-9662, 

348-3931 
McConnell. J. D,, 140 Crestview Rd., RusseU 41169, 836- 

6394, 325-8511. Ext. 371 
McCormick. Don R,. Rt. 2, Lawrenceburg 40342, 223-0546, 

564-3450 
McCourt. Lowell A., 108 Quachita Trail, Frankfort 40601, 

695-2061, 564-7705 
McCrav. Carl G.. Rt. 1. Box 82A, Berea 40403, 986-9471. 

232-2308 
McFadden, Jimmie. 649 Northside Dr.. Lexington 40505, 
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McGarey, Paul E., 5004 Williams Ave., Ashland 41101, 325- 

0268. 325-8411 
McGinty, L. v., Jr., 3927 Primrose PI., Paducah 42001, 

142-8080, 442-8050 
McKinney, AdeUe. 2770 Lavon Court, Radcliff 40160, 351- 

5299, 351-6818 
McMain, James A., 3420 Terrace Drive, Erlanger 41018, 

341-8797, 371-5201 
McNay, James F., 2331 Perth Drive, Shively 40216, 448-4846 
McVickers, Roger, 2737 Lakeview Drive, St. Albans, W. 

Va. 25177, 727-8701 
Malone, James F., 200 Padgett St., Corbin 40701. 528-2424, 

528-9019 
Maloney, Ross H. "Pat", P.O. Box 6722, Louisville 40206. 

897-2385. 893-2348 
Mang, Berry W., Jr., 214 Wallace Ave.. Covington 41014, 

269-9932, 574-3200 
Mardis, Wm. R., 9213 Wendell Way, Jeffersontown 40299, 

491-4393, 582-5108 
Marlowe, William C. Jr.. 549 Bellcastle Rd., Lexington 

40505, 299-1443, 276-1636 
Martin, Alan L., 2511 Lambome Blvd.. Louisville 40272, 

935-0031, 452-5128 
Martin, Paul J., 2500 Middleground Dr., Owensboro 42301, 

684-6662, 685-5536 
Mason, Leslie M., 2008 Camperdown Ct., Lexington 40504, 

276-1943 232-3835 
Mason, Wa'rdy C, 2018 N. Limestone. Lexington 40505. 

299-9344. 232-2582 
Matheney, John B., 2903 Smallhouse Rd., Bowling Green 

42101, 781-4590, 842-1953 
Mattingly, Charles "Pete". 3813 Poplar Level Rd., Louis- 
ville 40213. 459-5793, 458-2129 
Mattingly. Wayne C, Rt. 5. Box 345. RussellvUle 42276. 

726-7466 
May, Larry. P.O. Box 340, WilUamson, W. Va. 25661, 235- 

6559, 235-6559 
Mayer, Edward A., 5005 Sunday Dr., Louisville 40219, 

968-2632, 587-8885 
Mayer, Joseph J.. Jr., 4913 Mile of Sunshine Dr., Louisville 

40219. 964-5055, 587-6671 
Meadors. Wm. J., 784 Covington Ave., Bowling Green 

42101, 842-4141, 745-3347 
Meiman, John, 1700 Deer Park Ave., Louisville 40205, 

451-4596 
Melson, Gary Bruce. 344 East Walnut, Danville 40422, 

236-3170 
Menshouse, Larrv K., Rt. 3, Box 1. Donta Dr.. Ashland 

41101, 928-9170, 325-8511, Ext. 317 
Mercker. George, 1017 Ky. Home Life Bldg., Louisville 

40202, 451-8399. 585-4251 
Merritt, Donald, Box 208, Elkhorn City 41522, 754-9000 
Metzger, Don, 9312 Cloverwood Lane. Louisville 40291, 

239-9813 452-4641 
Meyer, Art' J., 2402 Rose Lane. Covington 41011. 491-5721, 

863-9990 
Meyer, Raymond, 3142 Rosina Ave., Covington 41015, 261- 

3272 .342-7522 
Meyer, Richard E.. 144 Grace Ct. #14. Ft. Mitchell 41017. 

331-9735, 621-8770 
Mick, Paul E.. P.O. Box 191, Marion 42064, 965-2521, 965- 

3191 
Midden, Terry M., 3107 Cabinwood Dr., Louisville 40220, 

451-6778, 491-4310 
Mifflin, Charlie. 550 Iroquois Tr., Georgetown 40324, 863- 

4291, 254-8061 
Miller, Frank L., 14 Terrace Ave., Crestview 41076, 781- 

2267, 221-2325 
MiUer, Paul. 89 Thompson Ave., Ft, Mitchell 41017, 331-1347 
Miles. Ralph A., 5567 A Hiers St., Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

1678, 624-3510 
Minta. John H., 307 Keswick Dr., ClarksvlUe, Ind. 47130, 

282-4778. 589-4400. Ext. 316 
Mitchell, Glen, 2017 Lydia, Ashland 41101, 324-3471, 324-6106 
Mordell. Garrv W., Room 804. Covington Bldg.. Covington 

41011. 525-6690. 491-2663 
Montell. Brad. Rt. 1, Woodbum 42170, 529-5772 
Montgomery, W. David, 4203 Kirby Lane, Louisville 40299, 

491-7055, 267-0179 
Moodv. William R.. 2032 Oleander Dr., Lexir)gton 40504, 

277-9622, 255-5612 
Mooneyhan, James H., 810 Henry St., Franklin 42134, 

586-4989. 586-6000 
Moore. Franklin Bud, 5351 Whitmore Dr., Cincinnati, Ohio 

45238. 922-8317, 621-8770 
Moore, Phillip H.. R. R. 6. Box 403. Bowling Green 42101, 

781-9340, 781-9647 
Moore, Robert, 441 Forest Ave., Erlanger 41018, 342-6942 
Moosmann. John A., P.O. Box 957, Bowling Green 42101, 

842-6121, 842-6121 
Mordica, Wm., 800 Edgewood Ave,, Ashland 41101, 324-7741 
Morgan, Chuck, 420 Edgwood, Nlcholasville 40356, 885- 

9122, 232-7218 
Morgan, Richard, Rt. 7, Box 78, London 40741. 864-9253. 

864-5114 
Morkin, Kieron M., 2504 Larkin Rd., Apt. 168, Lexington 
40503, 276-2432. 258-4476 



Morris, Edward C. 153 Raintree Rd., Florence 41042, 371- 

9496. 727-2333 
Morris, Larry, 4701 Sebree Lane #1. Louisville 40218, 

451-3215 
Morris. Roger L.. Box 34. Toler 41569. 353-4430. 237-4311 
Morse, Richard K., 163 N. Deepwood Dr., Radcliff 40160, 

351-3748, 624-4646 
Morton, Jim, 1110 Cheyenne Dr., Bowling Green 42101, 

843-9603, 842-7302 
Motley, Jerry N., 907 Magnolia Ave., Bowling Green 42101, 

842-1080, 781-1155 
MulUns, Charles, Schultz Road, South Shore 41175, 932- 

4277, 473-9812 
Murdach, Leslie, 965 Homestead Trl., Henderson 42420, 

827-4133 
Murphy, Joseph M.. 501 Central Ave.. Elizabethtown 42701, 

769-1418, 624-3212 
Murray, Thomas, 25 Ashton, Ft. Mitchell 41017, 331-1891, 

369-4742 
Nalley, Donald M., Rt. 8, Box 410, Clearview Sub., Rich- 
mond 40475 
NeUigan, Mike, 3112 Wayside Dr., LouisviUe 40216, 776- 

6511, 589-5794 
Nelson, Clarence R., 2911 Asbury PI., Owensboro 42301, 

683-0816, 295-3451 
Nethercutt, Bill, 82 Sycamore St., Huntington, W. Va, 

25705, 523-2112, 429-1381 
Newton, Joseph A., 117 Hurstbome Dr., Bardstown 40004, 

348-5748 
Nickel], Carl Duane, 237 Maxfield Dr., Paducah 42001, 

444-6095 543-7434 
Noland. Douglas, 305 Herndon Ave., Stanford 40484, 365- 

2609 
NoU, John T.. 411-3 E. Chelsea Circle, Ft. Mitchell 41017, 

341-6783, 491-6100 
Noonan, Robert M., P.O. Box 319, Barbourville 40906, 

546-5873. 546-4188 
Norwood, Thomas, 811 Henry Street, Franklin 42134, 586- 

3614. 586-3541 
Omar, Max G., 1319 Gilbert Lane, Owensboro 42301, 926- 

3508, 926-1110 
O'Nan, Norman, Rt. 1, Box 305A, Henderson 42420, 827- 

3968, 826-9578 
Osborne. Gary. 830 AUview Dr., S. Charleston, W. Va. 

25309, 768-4690, 727-2671 
Osborne. Lonnie, Box 712, Pikeville 41501, 437-9468, 432-1414 
Osborne. Ted. Box 806, Lexington 40501. 266-6152. 266-6152 
Osting. Doug, P.O. Box 648, Princeton 42445, 365-9772, 

365-2522 
Osting, James E., 7518 Yorktown Rd., Louisville 40214, 368- 

9631, 456-3131 
Owens, Pete. 3470 Winthrop Rd., Lexington 40503, 278- 

0016, 232-2786 
Pace. Donald W.. 3087 Cleveland Rd.. Lexington 40511, 

293-0181, 255-0398 
Page, James N., P.O. Box 434, Corbin 40701. 528-8263. 

528-8263 
Palko, Edward T., R. R. 1. Owcnton Road, Frankfort 

40601. 223-8833. 873-4541 
Parker, Bob L., 8602 Honor Ave., Louisville 40219, 969-9090, 

587-5276 
Parker. Francis V.. 212 South Broadway, Providence 

42450. 667-2791 
Parks, Charles, 7704 E. Sundance Dr., Louisville 40222, 

426-6278, 637-0547 
Passafiume. John. 7716 St. Bernard Ct., LouisviUe 40291, 

239-4373. 454-0466 
Pate. Llovd W.. 608 Ronnie Road, Madison, Tenn. 37115, 

868-3751. 868-2910 
Patterson, John L.. 1640 N. Medford Ave., Indianapolis, 

Ind. 46222, 247-0367, 266-4204 
Patterson. William C. 108 Carlisle Ave.. Greensburg 42743. 

982-4738 
Payne. Charles A., Rt. 1. Box 246, Ashland 41101, 928-8770, 

329-5766 
Payne. Greg, 2210 Landan Dr., Louisville 40218, 456-6061, 

582-4111 
Paxton, Garv R.. 2485 VersaiUes Rd.. Lexington 40504, 

252-0570, '233-1548 
Peeno, Harry R.. 412 General Dr., Ft. Wright 41011. 331-1981 
Perrin. Janies A.. 314 E. 16th, Hopkinsville 42240, 886- 

0474. 886-4463 
Peterson. Bill S.. 203 Rosewood, Bardstown 40004. 348-9696, 

348-9224 
Petrv. John. 4221 Taylorsville Rd., Louisville 40220, 454- 

5742, 266-8022 
Phillips. Richie. P.O. Box 204, Forest Hills 41527, 237-7148, 

237-4311 
Pietrowski. Paul, 107 Oaklawn, Corbin 40701, 528-6391, 

528-1630 

Pinkerman. Charles. P,0, Box 195. Catlettsburg 41129, 

739-6645. 739-5353 
Pinsor. Eugene. Rt. 4. Box 254, Ashland 41101, 928-6228, 

324-3101 
Pinson, Paul L., 2247 Home St., Ashland 41101, 324-7762, 
928-6441 

(Continued in October ATHLETE) 



Lexington , Kentucky 
April 16, 1976 



Dear Principal! 



At the April 15, 1976 meeting, the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control voted 
to continue to provide catastrophe injury insurance for all high school 
athletes for 1976-77. 

Briefly stated, the K.H.S.A.A. catastrophe plan contains the following 
provisions: 

1. $1,000 deductible clause; 

2. Up to $25,000 in medical benefits per injury (after the deductible 
has been satisfied and after the benefits from all other insurance 
has been considered) ; 

3. Coverage for students engaging in, practicing for, or traveling 

to or from, all activities under the jurisdiction of the 
K.H.S.A.A. and the direct supervision of a school employee; 

4. Coverage for all registered officials of the K.H.S.A.A., while 

officiating, or traveling to or from the game they are to 
officiate; 

5. Coverage for medical expense incurred within two years follow- 

ing the date of injury; 

6. The deductible is eliminated for injuries sustained during a 

state series of tournaments or meets. 

The plan is underwritten by Sentry Life Insurance Company and is 
administered by Doug Ruedlinger, Inc. If you desire additional 
information, we suggest you write our catastrophe insurance con- 
sultant, Mr. Doug Ruedlinger, P. 0. Box 65, Topeka, Kansas 66601, 
or call him toll free, 1-800-255-2400. 

Several plans are available to supplement the K.H.S.A.A. catastrophe 
program. The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control does not sponsor, recommend, 
or require any school system to purchase or make available any type 
of athletic insurance within their school district. 

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The Player . . . 



1. He lives clean and plays hard. He plays for the love of the game. 

2. He wins without boasting, he loses without excuses and he never quits. 

3. He respects officials and accepts their decisions without question. 

4. He never forgets that he represents his school. 

The Coach ... 

1. He inspires in his boys a love for the game and the desire to win. 

2. He teaches them that it is better to lose fairly than to win unfairly. 

3. He leads players and spectators to respect officials by setting them a 
good example. 

4. He is the type man he wants his boys to be. 



The Official . . . 

1. He knows the rules. 

2. He is fair and firm in all decisions. He calls them as he sees them. 

3. He treats players and coaches courteously and demands the same 

treatment for himself. 

4. He knows the game is for the boys, and lets them have the spotlight. 

The Spectator ... 

1. He never boos a player or official. 

2. He appreciates a good play, no matter who makes it. 

3. He knows the school gets the blame or the praise for his conduct. 

4. He recognizes the need for more sportsmen and fewer "sports." 

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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



OCTOBER 1976 



1976 Cerlified FootbaU Officials 



Aldridge, James R. 
Allen, Arthur 
Allgood, David A. 
Allison, Roy 
Anders, Raleigh 
Austin, Tom A. 

Baldwin, Dennis 
Barbour, Ralph B. 
Bartlett, C. W. 
Batterton, Keith 
Bell, Clarence T. 
Bell, Ron K. 
Bernardini, Bruno 
Bewley, Harry G. 
Blackford, Robert 
Blevins, Donald W. 
Bocook, Earl 
Bogar, Joseph D. 
Boyles, Jerry 
Bradford, Bob 
Bradford, P. Neil 
Bramble, James 
Brauch, Charles 
Brause, Dr. Allan 
Brotzge, Maurice 
Brown, Herman 
Brown, John W. "Scoop" 
Brummett, Don 
Buckley, Robert 
Bullock, James 
Burton. John 
Byrd, A. Gordon 

Cargill, Thomas, Jr. 
Carlson, David A. 
Carr, Billy 
Carr, Larry 
Cecil. James Ron 
Chasteen, Earl 
Clark, John E. 
Clemmons, Sam 
Cline, Nick L. 
Coleman, Louis H. 
ColUns, Charles D. 
Colley, Lynn W. 
Collins, Ronald K. 
Cook, Richard N. 
Cornwell, Bobby 
Cornwell, James 
Cowan, Robert L. 
Craft, Albert B. 
Crider, Ray 
Culp, Willard E. 
Current, Bob 
Current, Ray 

Daopoulos, Jim 
Davis, Ralph C. 
Day, Roy E. 
Denton, William J. 
DeSensi, W. C. 
DeWees, Bill 
Drake, Richard 
Duff, Earl 

Duff, William C, Jr. 
Durden, John R. 

Easley, Dan 
Elder, Gary 
Eldridge, Wayne R. 
Elovitz, Carl 



Emmons, Guy W. 
Eubanks, William M. 
Evans, Willis S., Jr. 

Faust, Jack 
Fay, John C. 
Fenimore, Clarke E. 
Ferguson, Roy F. 
Ferrell, Ronnie 
Fish, Leland G. 
Flynn, Robert 
Fraley, Bill 
Frankel, Louis S. 
Frazer, Tom Roe 
Fryrear, Bill P. 
Furlong, William E. 

Gallaher, Jack F. 
Gammon, William H. 
Gastineau, Joby 
Gelbke, Gilbert M. 
Gentry, Dale J. 
Gettler, John F. 
Gfell, George V. 
Gibson, Richard L. 
Gober, John S. 
Graas, Oscar 
Graham, James 
Green, Donald 
Greenwell, Robert A. 
Griffin, Powell L. 
Gutterman, Jim 
Guy, N. S., HI 

Hackett, Wilbur L., Sr. 
Hadden. Newell 
Hall, Charles E. 
Hamby, Tom 
Harris, David L. 
Hawkins, Donald H. 
Hawkins, Will A. 
Hayden, John O. 
Heaberhn, Bill 
Helton, Leslie 
Hedge, David Wm. 
Henderson, Charles A. 
Hillyer, Charles L. 
Hoffman. Thomas 
Hopson, James 
Horsman. Bill 
Huffine, Gary L. 
Humble, Mike 
Hunter, James 

Ishmael, Stephen A. 
Jackson, Edward 
Jacoby, Ben W. 
James, Gene 
Jeffries, David T. 
Johnson, Bob 
Johnson, Gordon M. 
Johnson, Harry A. 
Johnson, Stan 
Jones, Denver 
Kammerdiener, Ronald T. 
Kaufman, Alvin R. 
Keifer, Robert B., Jr. 
Kemen, Jerry 
Kirk, Charles 
Kirkland, Drew 
Klusman, Carl, Jr. 
Kouns, Robert H. 



Kraft, Nellis 
Kuster, Thomas T. 

Lambert, Irvln 
Lange, William E., Jr. 
Leahy, Pat 
Ledford, Thomas 
Lee, Douglas 
Leneave, Robert E. 
LeQuire, H. M. 
Lillie, Wes 
Linkes, Clifford C. 
Logan, Michael 
Lowe, Stan 
Lusby, George 
Lykins, James O. 

McClure, Tom 
McCormick, Don R. 
McFadden, Jimmie 
McGinty, L. V., Jr. 
McKinney, Adelle F. 
Maloney, Ross H. "Pat" 
Mang, Berry W., Jr. 
Mattingly, Charles Pete 
Mattingly, Wayne C. 
Mayer, Ed 
Meadors, William J. 
Mercker, George E. 
Metzger, Don 
Mick, Paul E. 
Midden, Terry 
Miles, Ralph A. 
Minta, John H. 
Montgomery, Dave 
Moody, W. R. 
Mooneyhan, James H. 
Moore, Franklin 
Moore, Robert 
Mordica, William A. 
Morgan. Richard 
Morse, Richard K. 
Murray, Thomas 

Nelligan, Mike 
Nelson, Clarence 
Noland, Doug 
Norwood, Thomas R. 
Osborne, Lonnie 
Osborne, Ted 
Osting, James E., II 

Pace, Donald W. 
Parker, Bob L. 
Passafiume, John 
Pate, Lloyd W. 
Paxton, Gary 
Peeno, Harry R. 
Perrin, James 
Powers. Elmer 
Pugh, Roy 
Purcell, Mike 

Quehl, Harry Bud 
Rapp, William 
Rascoe, Robert B. 
Rawdon, Richard 
Read, Frederick K. 
Renfro, James H. 
Riggs, C. Dennis 
Ring, Bill 
Roberts, James E. 
Rodgers, Tom H. 



Rogers, Eldridge 
Rogers, Rufus B. 
Rose, Robert 
Rosen, William H. 
Russell, Gary E. 
Russman, Godfrey F., Jr, 

Satterly, Grant 
Schmitt, Paul E. 
Scott, W. L. "Bill" 
Seavers, Joe 
Sesher, James 
Simms, Clarence E. 
Simpson, James H. 
Sizemore, Aster 
Sligh, Jim 
Small, David E. 
Smith, Joseph E. 
Sohan, John P. 
South, Stanley P. 
Spath, William J. 
Staley, Jerry 
Stephenson, Harry 
Strain, Richard 
Streible, Ronnie D. 
Streicher, Richard A. 
Stuedle, Ray 
Stumbo, Jack 
Sumner, Carl 
Swinford, John 

Talbot, WiUiam G.. Ill 
Tate, Ken 

Taylor, James R. 
Thomas, James J. 
Thomas, Lyn 
Thomas, Raymond E. 
Thompson, Thomas T>. 
Thompson, Victor Neil 
Thornton, Daniel 
Timmering, George E. 
Towe, Paul F. 
Treibly, Charles E. 
Tuitele, Matthew V. L. 
Turley, Howard 
Tye, Josh 
Urlage, Richard 

Varner, Ray G. 
Vaughn, William E., Jr. 

Waide, Harry D. 
Waldrop, Harold D. 
Walker, Joe 
Waller, Bobbie E. 
Wanchic, Nick 
Ward, Tommy 
Washer, James P. 
Watson, James W. 
Weber, Thomas C. 
Wedge, Denny 
Wells, Glenn 
Wilbert, Donald A. 
Wilder, Jerry 
Wilcox, Ursal R. 
Wilson, Nellus R. 
Winfrey, Wm. Steven 
Wright, Jim 
Wright, Howard L. 
Wuertz, John R. 
Wulfeck, James 

Zimmer, Tom 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



YQiL. XXXIX— No. 3 



OCTOBER, 1976 



$1.00 Per Year 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the office of 
the K.H.S.A.A. in Lexington, October 2, 1976. The 
meeting was called to order by President George 
Sauer, Jr., at 8:00 A.M. Present were Board mem- 
bers Denval Barriger, Jack Burkich Eldon David- 
son, Joseph McPherson, Norman Passmore, Glen- 
don A. Ravenscraft, Cecil Reid, Ray Story, and 
Paul Trimble; Commissioner Tom Mills and As- 
sistant Commissioners Dianne Caines, Louis Stout, 
and Billy V. Wise. Mr. Conley Manning was pres- 
ent representing the State Department of Edu- 
cation and Mr. Darrell Wells represented the State 
School Board Association. Outgoing Board member 
Gene Sell was also in attendance. The invocation 
was given by Mr. Norman Passmore. 

President Sauer opened the meeting by ex- 
tending a welcome to Glen Ravenscraft, Principal 
of Campbell County High School, who was re- 
cently elected to membership on the K.H.S.A.A. 
Board of Control, representing Section 5, to fill 
out the unexpired term of Gene Sell. 

Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Norman 
Passmore, that the reading of the minutes of the 
previous meeting be waived since members of the 
Board had received copies of these minutes. The 
motion was carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented the Board with 
the minutes of the East and West Eligibility Ap- 
peals Committee meetings held since the last 
meeting of the Board. Joe McPherson moved, 
seconded by Ray Story that these minutes be ap- 
proved. All members voted aye. 

The Commissioner reported on the results of 
the recent balloting for Board membership in 
Section 5. The votes were as follows: Fred Moeves, 
Principal of Covington Holmes High School, 17; 
Glendon A. Ravenscraft, Principal of Campbell 
County High School, 17. By mutual agreement 
of the two candidates, the tie was broken by a 
flip of the coin. Mr. Ravenscraft won and will 
complete the unexpired term of Gene Sell. 

The Board set the price of admission to the 
State Football Championship games to be played 
at Commonwealth Stadium, Lexington, Kentucky, 
at $3.00 for students and $4.00 for adults. The date 
and starting time of the final game in each class 
is as follows: Class A — November 26, 1976 
(ft) 11:00 A.M.; Class AA — November 26, @ 1:00 
P.M.; Class AAA — November 27, @ 12:00 noon; 
Class AAAA — December 4, @ 12:00 noon. 

Ray Story made the motion that the price of 
admission to the 1977 Boys' State Basketball 
Tournament remain the same as for the 1976 
tournament. Eldon Davidson seconded the motion 
and it passed unanimously. 

Paul Trimble moved that the admission price 
to the 1977 Girls' State Basketball Tournament 
be set at 3.00 for end and side balcony seats and 
$4.00 for side chair seats. Jack Burkich seconded 
the motion and it passed unanimously. 

The Board discussed the regulations govern- 
ing the broadcasting fee for the 1977 Boys' and 
Girls' State Basketball Tournaments. Eldon David- 
son made the motion that the fee for broadcasting 
the 1977 Boys' Basketball Tournament not be in- 
creased over the previous year, and the fees for 
broadcasting the Girls State Basketball Tourna- 



Newly Elected Board Member 




Glendon A. Ravenscraft 

Mr. Glendon A. Ravenscraft a native of Har- 
rison County, attended Cynthiana High School 
and was a varsity player in football and baseball. 
After graduation he earned a B.A. Degree from 
Asbury College in 1960 and a M.A. Degree and 
Rank I from Xavier University. 

Glen has been in the Campbell County System 
since 1960 as a teacher, coach and Assistant Princi- 
pal. He has been Principal of Campbell County 
High School since 1970. 

Mr. Ravenscraft married Sue Hedges of Cyn- 
thiana. They have two children, David age 9 and 
Leigh Ann age 7. 

Mr. Ravenscraft is active in civic, church and 
professional activities. 

ment be set at the same rate as for the Boys, 
Tournament. Paul Trimble seconded the motion. 

Ray Story then made a motion to amend Mr. 
Davidson's motion to reduce the fee for a station 
carrying both the boys and girls tournaments in 
its entirety by 25*:? of the total cost. Jack Burkich 
seconded the motion and it passed by a vote of 
9-1. 

The Board then voted on the original nvjtion 
as amended and it passed unanimously. 

The Board discussed a proposed referendum 
concerning By-Law 27, Section 2, No Spring Pract- 
ice in Football. Upon the request of the principals 
of several member schools and upon the motion 
of Jack Burkich, a second by Cecil Reid and a 
vote of 8-2, the Board agreed to submit the follow- 
ing referendum to the member schools. That By- 
Law 27, Section 2, be changed to read "As of 
January 1, 1977, high schools that have a football 
'program will be allowed out-of-season football 
practice beginning the Monday after the regional 
wrestling tournament and ending by March 21 
and may include no more than fifteen outdoor 
practice sessions." A two-third ma.iority of all 
votes cast shall be necessary to amend the Con- 
stitution and By-Laws. 

Cecil Reid moved, seconded by Denval Bar- 
riger. that all bills for the period beginning July 
1, 1976, and ending September 30, 1976, be al- 
lowed. All members voted aye. 

The Board of Control set the next meeting 
Hate for December 18, 1976, at 9:00 A.M. at the 
K.H.S.A.A. Building in Lexington. 

There being no further business, the meet- 
ing adjourned. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1976 



OCTOBER, 1976 VOL. XXXIX— No. 3 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Keniucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provid- 
ed for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. 

Editor - - — TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor __ DIANNE H. CAINES 

Assistant Editor __ __ LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President _ __ GEORGE E. SAUER (1974-1978) Louisville 

Vice-Pres. RAY STORY (1974-1978) Radcliff 

Directors __ Denval Barri^er (1975-1979), Bowling Green; 
Jack Burkich (1976-1980!, Whitesburg; Eldon E. Davidson 
11973-19771, Monticello; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), 
Louisville; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexington; Cecil 
Reid (1973-1977), Symsonia; Paul Trimble (1976-1980), 
Painlsville. Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

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Basketball Assigning Secretaries 

Fourteen assigning secretaries have been 
named to serve as rules interpretators for the six- 
teen regions. In a(idition he will assist in recruit- 
ing new officials and in the assignment of officials. 
The names of the assigning secretaries with the 
residence and business phone numbers (Business 
numbers are given first), are as follows: 
Rex Alexander, 1320 Wells Blvd., Murrav, 767- 

6826, 753-3579 
George Wooton. 96 S. Rosemont, Providence, 667- 

2613, 667-2932 
Jerry Kimmel. Box 86, Beechmont, 476-2475, 476- 

2656 
Bob Gour. 1316 S. Lee, Bowling Green, 842-8175, 

843-9582 
Howard Gardner, 619 Eldarado. Elizabethtown, 

(Home) 765-6273 
Pete Mattinglv, 3813 Popular Level Rd,, Louis- 
ville, 459-5793. 458-2129 
Roy Winchester, Bethlehem, 845-2918, 878-4102 
Bob Miller, 197 Holidav Lane, Ft. Thomas, 635- 

2191, 441-5885 
Howard Rogers. 17 Maryland, Winchester, 293- 

3040. 744-1785 
Charlev Hall, Rt. 1, Winter Hawk, Danville, 236- 

2604, 236-8811 
Rav Canadv. Box 244, Barbourville, 546-3486, 546- 

4765 
Edward Madden, Pippa Passes, 785-3153, 368-2753 
Ed Rister, Box 213, Garrett, 285-3230, 358-4428 
Bobbv Grager, 1703 Marv Ellen Dr., Flatwoods, 

836-5623, 836-6069 



K.H.S.A.A. Directory 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Associa- 
tion has printed a directory for 1976-77, Included 
in the directory is a calendar of events, a section 
on general information about the K.H.S.A.A. and 
a listing of member schools and their personnel. 

The Directory is available to coaches, officials 
and other interested persons at a fee of $1,00, 
Please send check or money order to Directorj-, 
K,H.S.A.A., Box 7502, 560 East Cooper Drive, Lex- 
ington, Kentuckv 40502. 



COACHES CORNER 

The Kentucky Kellogg Coach of the Year 
Clinic dates are: Februarj' 18, 19, 20, 1977 at the 
Gait House, Louisville. 

The Kellogg CUnic will return $1.00 per Ken- 
tucky High School Coach registered at the Clinic 
to the Kentucky High School Coaches Association, 

A donation will also be made to the National 
High School Coaches Association by the Clinic. 

Two speakers for the clinic this year are, 
Doug Dickey, University of Florida and Bill Mal- 
lory. University of Colorado, The other clinic 
speakers will be announced at a later date. 

Also for the first time, the Coach of the Year 
Clinic wiU have a championship dinner on Feb- 
urary 18, at 5:30 P,M., honoring the coaching 
staff of all the state championship teams, Classes 
AAAA, AAA. AA, and A, 



VOLLEYBALL RULES BOOK 

The Association has a limited number of 
National Federation Volleyball Rules Books in 
stock, A copy may be purchased by remiting $1,00 
to cover the cost of the book. 



The Sport of Table Tennis 

Table tennis, on a world level, is second in 
popularity only to soccer, according to a recent 
Neilson rating poll. 

Here, in our country, it is played by over 
35,000,000 people, mainly as a basement or rec 
room "fun game". 

The past four years has seen a steady growth 
in interest as a sport, requiring quick reflexes, 
good eye-hand coordination, fast footwork, and 
top physical condition. , 

Ever since the advent of the "Ping Pong 
Diplomacy" of 1972, the sport has received the 
pubhcity it deserves. 

The Central Kentucky area has, in recent 
years, seen several outstanding events, organized 
and promoted by the Lexington Table Tennis Club. 
This organization, sponsored by the Lexington- 
Fayette Urban-County Recreation and Parks De- 
partment, has sponsored several tournaments, on 
both local and state levels. The 1975 Kentucky 
Closed Table Tennis Championships had 125 en- 
tries from every part of the state. 

The Lexington program is beng developed 
along several lines: 

1. The Lexington Table Tennis Club works 
with the Recreation Department in oper- 
ating several groups on a community leveL 

2. The University of Kentucky Table Tennis 
Club was recently organized as a recog- 
nized campus group. A Transylvania group 
is being formed. 

3. A church league is now in the planning 
stages. 

4. Several junior and senior high schools have 
started table tennis programs, with much 
interest shown by the students. 

In April of this year, the first Kentucky High 
School Championship Tournament was held in 
Corbin, Ky., and was sponsored by the Corbin 
Optimist Club and the Lexington Table Tennis 
Club. The tourney hosted teams from fifteen high 
schools. Tates Creek High School won the first 
Dlace trophy as the state champions. We hope to 
hold this event annually. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1976 



Page Three 



This year, the fourth Kentucky Closed Table 
Tennis Championships wOl take place in Lexing- 
ton on November 20 and 21. Several junior events, 
for boys and girls of school age, are planned. 

A newly added feature will be a two-person 
team event. Teams may consist of two girls, two 
boys or mixed. Events will include both singles 
and doubles. 

For further information and entry blanks, 
please contact Ted Friedman, 307 Lakeshore Drive, 
Lexington, Ky. 40502. 

— Ted Friedman, 

Volunteer Coordinator, 

Lex. -Fay. Urb.-Cty. Pks. & Rec. Dept. 



1976 CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 

The regional sites, managers, and teams as- 
signed to each are listed below. Each school listed 
will receive from the regional manager an in- 
formation .sheet and entry blank prior to the meet. 

GIRLS' CLASS A 

Elizabethtown Region (Royce A. Speck, Eliza- 
bethtown H. S.) — Bardstown, Central City, Ed- 
monson County, Kentucky Country Day, North 
Bullitt, Portland Christian, Providence, LaRue 
County, Tompkinsville, University Heights. 

Lexington Region (Coach Tommy Starns, Lex- 
ington Catholic H. S.) — Lee County, Lexington 
Catholic, Model 

Clark County Region (Coach Juhan Cunning- 
ham. Clark County H. S.) — Bellevue, Holy Cross, 
Menifee County, Paintsville, University Breckin- 
ridge. Virgie 

Pulaski County Region (Coach Gordon Bob- 
cock, Pulaski County H. S.) — Garrard County, 
Monticello, Russell County. Somerset. 

GIRLS' CLASS AA 

Owensboro Region (Coach Chuck Gullo, 
Daviess County H. S.) — Apollo, Christian County, 
Daviess County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Owensboro. Union County 

Taylor County Region (Coach Fred Waddle, 
Taylor County H. S.) — Adair County, Bowling 
Green, Elizabethtown, Marion County, Metcalfe 
County, Oldham County, Taylor County 

Covington Catholic Region (Coach Jack Kaelin, 
Covington Catholic H. S.) — Boone County, Dixie 
Heights, Harrison County, Highlands, Holmes, 
Lloyd Memorial 

Lexington Region (Coach Tommy Starns, Lex- 
ington Catholic H. S.) — Bourbon County, Dan- 
ville, Franklin County, Jessamine County, La- 
fayette, Tates Creek, Woodford County , 

Johnson Central Region (Coach Larry Sturgill, 
Johnson Central H. S.) — Boyd County, East 
Carter, Johnson Central 

Pulaski County Region (Coach Gordon Bo- 
cock, Pulaski County H. S.) — Lincoln County, 
Pulaski County, Whitley County 

GIRLS' CLASS AAA 

Stuart Region (Coach Wayne Burke, Stuart 
H. S.) — Butler, Doss, Pleasure Ridge Park, West- 
ern 

Thomas Jefferson Region (Coach Neal Deaves, 
Thomas Jefferson H. S.) — Atherton, Durrett, 
Moore, Sacred Heart, Southern, Thomas Jefferson 

Westport Region (Coach Carlow Terrill, West- 
port H. S.) — Ballard, Jeffersontown, Waggener 

Male Region (Coach Bob Thompson, Male H. 
S.) — Ahrens, Central. Male 



BOYS' CLASS A 

Trigg County Region (Coach Jim Wallace, 
Trigg County H. S.) — Crittenden County, May- 
field, Providence, Trigg County 

Owensboro Region (Coach Chuck Gullo, 
Daviess County H. S.) — Bremen, Central City, 
Drakesboro, Frederick Fraize, Graham, Greenville, 
Hancock County, Hughes Kirk, Muhlenburg Cent- 
ral, University Heights 

Elizabethtown Region (Royce A. Speck, Eliza- 
bethtown H. S.) — Bardstown, Barren (bounty, 
CampbellsviUe, Caverna, Edmonson County, Green 
County, Kentucky Country Day, LaRue County, 
North Bulhtt, Portland Christian, Tompkinsville, 
West Hardin 

Covington Region (Coach Jack Kaelin, Cov- 
ington Catholic H. S.) — Beechwood, Bishop Bros- 
sart, Covington Latin, Dayton, Holy Cross, New- 
port CathoUc, St. Henry, Walton-Verona , 

Lexington Region ("Tommy Starns, Lexington 
Catholic H. S.) — Carroll County, Frankfort, Lex- 
ington Catholic, Millersburg Military Institute, 
Model 

Mason County Region (Coach Robert Foshee, 
Mason County H. S.) — Grant County, Mason 
County, Maysville, ToUesboro 

Pulaski County Region (Coach Gordon Bo- 
cock, Pulaski County H. S.) — Boyle County, 
Garrard County, Monticello, Nancy, Russell Coun- 
ty, Somerset. Wayne County 

Clark County Region (Coach Julian Cunning- 
ham, Clark County H. S.) — Lee County, Menifee 
County, Rowan County, West Carter 

Johnson Central Region (Coach Larry Sturgill, 
Johnson Central H. S.) — Jenkins, Magoffin Coun- 
ty, Paintsville, Riverside Christian, Sheldon Clark, 
Virgie 

BOYS' CLASS AA 

Trigg Ck)unty Region (Coach Jim Wallace, 
Trigg County H. S.) — Christian County, Hopkins- 
ville, Paducah Tilghman, Union County 

Owensboro Region (Coach Chuck Gullo, 
Daviess County H. S.) — Apollo, Daviess County, 
Henderson County, Ohio County, Owensboro 

Elizabethtown Region (Royce Speck, Eliza- 
bethtown H. S.) — BowUng Green, Eart Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Grayson County, Meade County, 
Metcalfe County, North Hardin 

Taylor County Region (Coach Fred Waddle, 
Taylor County H. S.) — Adair County, Marion 
County, Oldham County, Shelby County, Taylor 
County 

Covington Catholic Region (Coach Jack Kae- 
lin, Covington CathoUc H. S.) — Bellevue, Boone 
County, Campbell County, Covington Catholic, 
Dixie Heights, Highlands, Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, 
Simon Kenton 

Clark County Region (Coach Julian Cunning- 
ham. Clark County H. S.) — Bath County, Bour- 
bon County, Clark County, Harrison County, Mont- 
gomery County 

Lexington Region (Coach Tommy Stams. Lex- 
ington Catholic H. S.) — Franklin (bounty, Henry 
Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, Tates Creek, 
Woodford County 

Pulaski County Region (Coach Gordon Bocock, 
Pulaski County H. S.) — Danville. Knox Central, 
Lincoln County, Madison Central, Pulaski County, 
Whitley County 

Johnson Central Region (Coach Larry Sturgill, 
Johnson Central H. S.) — Boyd County, East 
Carter, Johnson Central. Paul G. Blazer, Russell 



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BOYS' CLASS AAA 

Male Region (Coach Bob Thompson, Male 
H. S.) Ahrens, Butler, Central, duPont Manual, 
Male 

Stuart Region (Coach Wayne Burke, Stuart 
H. S.) — Bishop David, Fairdale, Doss, Iroquois, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, Western 

Thomas Jefferson Region (Coach Neal Deaves, 
Thomas Jefferson H. S.) — Atherton, DeSales, 
Moore, St. Xavier, Southern, Thomas Jefferson 

Westport Region (Coach Carlow Terrill, West- 
port H. S.) — Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffer- 
sontown. Trinity, Waggener, Westport 



Approved Football Officials 



Allen, James E. 
Ammerman, Robert P. 
Arflin, Tracy T. 
Arthur, Paul 
Barker, David H. 
Barker, Norman 
Barney, Greg 
Barnott, John R. 
Bauman, Cease 
Bevins, Wallace I. 
Bickel, Arthur Frank 
Bogue, Ronald A. 
Bond, Terry Lee 
Bottles, Donald W. 
Breeding, Joe 
Brewer, Jerry 
Brewer, Lloyd 
Brown, Martin J., Jr. 
Burgess, Oley 
Burris, Ralph 
Burrus, Lee Roy, Jr. 
Butler, Denver E. 
Clark, Owen B. 
Cole, Bob 
Collins, Stephen 
Conhn, Martin T. 
Corbett, John B. 
Coyner, Michael 
Crutcher, David 
Crutcher, John 
Crutcher, Paul 
Cutter, (Jorinne S. 
Davidson, Harlan, Jr. 
Day, Richard 
Deruelle, Kenneth 
Dickens, Bill 
Downs, Gil 
Doyle, Danny 
Easterly, Tom 
Ewen, George D. 
Ewing, Roger 
Finck, Dennis R. 
Fraley, Charlie L. 
Friedman, Charles M. 
Fuchs, Charles "Donuts" 
Fulmer, James W. 
Grefer, Tom 
Hagan, Michael J. 
Hammons, George 
Hardin, Gary 
Harris, James D. 
Hartlage, J. Larry 
Hauber, John 
Hauber, Leo 
Heinze, John G., Jr. 
Holman, Joseph B. 
Holthouser, Richard T. 
Holzknecht, Thomas E. 
Houchens, Tom 



Jecker, Richard A. 
Jensen, Edward A. 
Johnson, Larry J. 
Jordan, Charles M. 
Jutz, Gerald W. 
Kammerer, Ken 
Keller, Terry Joe 
Kinnard, Robert F. 
Kresse, Milton 
Lawson, Leland, Sr. 
Lenz, James W. 
Liberatore, Sam 
Lile, Clyde F. 
Looney, James O. 
Lynch, Lester F. 
Lyons, Ronald G. 
McCamish, Dan 
McCray, Carl G. 
McConnell, J. D. 
McMain, James A. 
McNay, James F. 
Mardis, Wm. R. 
Mason, Leslie M. 
Mayer, Joseph J., Jr 
Meiman, John 
Menshouse, Larry K. 
Merritt, Donald F. 
Miller, Frank 
Mitchell, Glenn 
Modrell, Garry 
Morris, Ed 
Morris, Roger L. 
Morton, Jim 
Mullins, Charles 
Nethercutt, Bill 
Osting, Doug 
Owens, Pete 
Page, James N. 
Palko, Edward T. 
Parks, Charles 
Phillips, Richard K. 
Pietrowski, Paul 
Pinkerman, Charles 
Pinson, Eugene 
Pinson, Paul L. 
Pittman, Spencer 
Preston, Delmas J. 
Pugh, Bob 
Purwin. John C. 
Ransdell, John D. 
Reece, Jerry T. 
Riley, Michael S. 
Roberts. Thomas L., 
Rouse, Thomas L. 
Runyon, Tommy D. 
Sayiors, Carlee 
Schilling, Don 
Sellinger, Robert M. 
Shreve, Tim W. 



Jr. 



Simms, Randy 
Spurrier, Jack 
Stewart, Phil 
Stout, Charles E. 
Straus, William W. 
Stutler, Joe 
Swarts, Joseph C. 
Swope, James 
Sword, Russ D. 
Tharpe, Willie H. 
Thomas, Paul 
Thompson, Harrie C 
Trabue, David 
Trapp, Charles W. 



Trice, Victor K. 
Turner, C. W. 
Tyson, Daniel A., Jr. 
VanBogaert, Steve 
Vest, David G. 
White, Russell 
Whitehead, Chris 
Wilson, James L. 
Wilson, Malcolm 
Wright, Charles 
Wright, John David 
Wyatt, Henry 
Yates, George 



WRESTLING 

COMMENTS ON THE 1976-77 RULES REVISIONS 

Date for PART II of Ihe Wreslling Examinat- 
ion: MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1976. 

Rule 4-3-6: Expands restiiclion of heat devices: 
The change adds hot showers and whirlpool baths 
to the list of heat devices which are prohibited 
for weight reduction purposes. Previously, sweat 
boxes and other similar devices, including steam 
rooms and saunas, were prohibited. It is now 
clear the use of sweat boxes, hot showers, whirl- 
pool baths or similar artificial heat devices for 
weight reduction purposes is prohibited. Reason 
for change: The purpose of the revision is to 
diminish the danger to competitors' health through 
the use of artificial devices to "sweat out" or "dry 
out" in order to make weight. Such procedures 
may prove very damaging to wrestlers. The use 
of such devices may actually sap the strength of 
the competitor making him less effective. Coaches 
are also cautioned against having wrestlers use 
vinyls during practice or for running. To do so, 
may disturb the body's cooling process which 
may be harmful to a wrestlers health. A controlled 
weight reduction program over a long period of 
time should be followed. 

Rule 4-4-4: Provides weight allowance: The 
revision provides for an additional 1 -pound al- 
lowance in each weight class for dual meet com- 
petition which is conducted on successive days, 
provided it is through state association adoption. 
The change applies only to competition conducted 
on successive days. There is a maximum of 1- 
pound allowance to which both teams are entitled. 
Reason for change: The change was made to per- 
mit competitors, who are wrestling on consecutive 
days, to eat without having to be extremely con- 
cerned about their weight. Individuals who are 
away from home often have difficulty in maintain- 
ing a diet to which they are accustomed. The re- 
vision corresponds to the weight allowance for 
the second and succeeding days of a tournament. 

Rule 7-1-1: Clarifies slams: A slam is lifting 
and returning an opponent to the mat with un- 
necessary force. All slams are illegal whether the 
act is inadvertent or purposeful. When a wrestler 
lifts his opponent off the mat, he is responsible 
for his safe return. This is regardless of whether 
the competitor lifting the man is in the defensive, 
neutral or offensive position. When a competitor 
is off the mat, he is in an unprotected position 
and is susceptible to possible injury if dropped 
or if returned to the mat with force. Reason for 
change: The purpose of the revision is to protect 
wrestlers against acts which may injure them. 
Wrestling is a sport in which the victor is deter- 
mined by whether he is able to out perform his 
opponent rather than whether he can injure him. 
It has a low incidence of injury primarily be- 
cause the rules are constructed to penalize such 
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Rule 7-1-5: Classifies neck wrench as illegal: 

The neck wrench consists of grasping the op- 
ponent's chin and pulling it so the neck is twisted. 
There are a number of situations in which a 
wrestler grasps his opponent's chin in order to 
neutralize an offensive move. Grasping the op- 
ponenl's chin is not in itself a violation. However 
when the chin is pulled, thus twisting the neck, 
it constitutes an illegal hold. Twisting the neck 
in this manner is forcing it beyond normal limits 
which is illegal. Reason for change: The change 
is designed to eliminate a tactic which has re- 
sulted in injury to competitor's cervical vertebrae. 
In spite of all exercises designed to strengthen 
the neck, tests reveal the muscles in this area of 
the human body cannot be strengthened sufficient- 
ly to prevent motion which may be damaging. 
Injury to this area is often very serious and should 
be eliminated if possible. Declaring the neck 
wrench an illegal hold is a move in this direction. 

Rule7-l-7: Limits holds restricting circulation: 
Any hold with which pressure is exerted over the 
opponent's mouth, nose or throat, or which re- 
stricts breathing or circulation is illegal. Holds 
around the head or neck which are otherwise 
legal but which tend to restrict circulation of the 
blood in this area are illegal. Reason for change: 
This revision was made to protect competitors 
from holds which may cause permanent damage 
or serious injury. Such holds are for forcing op- 
ponents into submission rather than using effective 
techniques to out perform him. It is in the in- 
terest of protecting the health and welfare of 
competitors this change was adopted. 

Rule 7-6-2: Eliminates verbal caution: The 
leniency extended by the 1975 rules committee, 
permitting a verbal caution prior to the signaled 
caution for a false start or for assuming an in- 
correct position has been eliminated. Because the 
starting position on the mat for both wrestlers 
is basic to the sport and the rule book is specific 
in defining the proper position for each wrestler, 
there seems to be no need for additional leniency 
prior to penalizing for a violation. With the change, 
a wrestler may receive a caution once during the 
entire match for assuming an incorrect starting 
position or for making false starts. One cautioned, 
any subsequent violation results in penalty for 
delay of match. Reason for change: The change 
was made because the additional leniency was 
resulting in abuse of the rule. It simply postponed 
penalizing a a wrestler for an obvious violation. 
The use of the caution applies only when the 
wrestlers are in the starting position on the mat. 
Other delaying tactics such as straggling back 
from out-of-bounds, unnecessarily adjusting equip- 
ment or failing to assume the starting position 
when instructed to do so by the referee are techni- 
cal violations which will be penalized without 
caution. 

Rule 7-7-2: Clarifies stalling in the neutral 
position: The change eliminates the caution pre- 
ceeding the warning to a wrestler for playing the 
edge of the mat in the neutral position. It brings 
to four the specific maneuvers which constitute 
stalling when wrestlers are in the neutral position. 
They are (a) avoiding contact; (b) playing the 
edge of the mat; (c) stepping on or outside the 
boundry other than when attempting a takedown 
or when aggressively avoiding or resisting a take- 
down attempt; and (d) forcing the opponent out- 
of-bounds or preventing him from returning from 
out-of-bounds to the wrestling area. Stalling in 
the neutral position is to be penalized without 
hesitation. Reason for change: The use of the 
caution to precede a warning for stalling because 
a wrestler was playing the edge proved to be 



unworkable. With the revision, both wrestlers 
know they will be warned or penalized whenever 
they use this maneuver as a means of avoiding 
wrestling. Administering the rules with the change 
will keep the action moving. 

Rule 9-2-2a: Provides for scoring byes: The 
change clarifies there are no points awarded for 
advancement because of a bye in the consolation 
round. When a wrestler draws a bye in the first 
round of tournament competition, he will be 
awarded two advancement points if he wins his 
next round match. If he loses the next round 
match, there are no points awarded for advance- 
ment because of the bye. Reason for change: 
The purpose of the revision is to explain there 
can be no advancement points awarded a wrestler 
because of his advancing due to a bye in the con- 
solation round. This is regardless of whether he 
wins his next round match. 

Rule 10-2-6: Modifies forfeit: A forfeit during 
tournament competition will eliminate a contestant 
from further participation in the tournament in 
progress. This is true in all cases, except when a 
wrestler so injured he should not compete in his 
next round match. If this were for a scoring place, 
he should not be denied the opportunity to place 
in the tournament and score points for his team. 
In the past, in order to accomplish this, injured 
wrestlers have dressed and appeared on the mat 
only to default as soon as the whistle was sounded 
to start the match. This procedure is not in the best 
interest of the competitors. Reason for change: 
The change is designed to eliminate a procedure 
which may result in aggravating previous injury 
to a wrestler by requiring him to report to the 
mat following an injury. The provision specifying 
a wrestler who forfeited may not remain in a 
tournament and score points for his team was 
designed to prohibit the contestant, who had been 
restricted from competition, returning to the tour- 
nament during a subsequent round and scoring 
points. It is also provided for the wrestler who 
did not wish to compete for some reason. The 
change will eliminate an unhealthful practice dur- 
ing tournament competition. 

Rule 10-4-2: Specifies placement of byes on 
bracket: When byes are required in the first round 
of tournament competition, they shall be placed 
on the bracket by mutual consent or drawn by lot 
so they are distributed evenly. The placement of 
byes is a matter of concern particularly as it affects 
team scoring. Reason for change: The change was 
made to permit tournament directors to place the 
byes on the bracket in order to generate as much 
interest as possible in tournament competition. 
It also clarifies the statement, long contained in 
the rule book, specifying tournament directors had 
such authority to conduct tournament competition 
under any plan adopted by the host school and 
announced in advance of the tournament. 

Rule 9-2 -2e and f: Assigns point values to 
tournament place winners: The change relates to 
assigning team points to different place finishers 
in tournament competition. With the revision, the 
difference between first place winners and other 
place winners is increased. For example, in a 
tournament scoring four places, first place receives 
14 team points. In tournaments awarding six 
places, first will earn 16 points. The difference 
betv/een first and second in each case is 4 points 
and the difference between the next two places 
is 3. In each case, there is a greater premium on 
finishing first than there is for other places. 
Reason for change: The purpose of the change is 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1976 



to emphasize the importance of first place finish 
compared with other places. It also reflects the 
differences in advancement points in the cham- 
pionship and consolation sides of the bracket. 
With the revision, those finishing with the higher 
place will earn more team points throughout the 
tournament than under the previous system. 

Rule 10-5-4: NOTE: Provides criteria for re- 
solving lies: By state high school association 
adoption, the jury for judging the outcome of 
overtime matches which end in a draw may be 
eliminated. This may be done by applying a speci- 
fied list of criteria, in the designated order, for the 
purpose of determining the winner objectively. It 
will, in effect, remove subjective judgment from 
overtime matches. The procedure was the subject 
of an authorized experiment during the 1975-76 
wrestling season and its acceptance by athletes, 
coaches and fans was gratifying. Reason for 
change: The purpose of the revision is to eliminate 
the need for subjective judgment in determining 
the winner in an overtime match which ends in 
a tie. Applying the listed criteria in the order 
presented reflects the comparative abilities of the 
wrestlers and their desire to excel. 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled September 1) 

If one telephone number is given for an official lisled 
if is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given the first number is that of the home 
phone. 

Akers. Kenneth, P. O. Box 52, Robinson Creek 41560, 639- 

4643, 432-5594 
Anderson, Burke. Maxwell PI., Univ. of Kentucky, Lex- 
ington 40506, 255-6712, 259-1331 
Bachert, Tony. 3507 Autumn Way, Louisville 40218 
Bell, Phillip, 300 Maryland Ave., Frankfort 40601, 227-7620 
Blanton. Eugene H., 104V2 Spruce, Murray 42071, 753-8570 
Bowden, James. Rt. 1, Box 153, Barbourville 40906, 546- 

5496, 546-4188 
Buckler, Howard. 2148 Palms Dr., Lexington 40504, 276- 

1357. 252-4448 
Coffman, William, 807 Edwards, Union City, Tennessee 

38261 
Cotliern, Ricky. 608 Village Dr., Franklin 42134, 586-8435, 

842-9311 
Damron, Jerry L.. Rt. 4, Box 845, Pikeville 41501, 639-4138 
Duff. Thomas. Box 11, Fruitland Tennessee 38335 
English. P. T., Rt. 3, Union City, Tennessee 38261 
Faust. Phillip, 3410 Taylorsville Road, #2, LouisviUe 4O205 
Fay. John C. 329 Wilson Downing Rd., Lexington 40503, 

272-6182, 252-8831 
Fowler. Gary O.. 855 Yuma Ct., Bowling Green 42101, 781- 

1468, 781-2300 
Gastineau, Joby A., III. 121 Todds Rd. #150, Lexington 

.40509, 266-6123, 269-9904 
Gilliam, Randy, 1929 Dunkirk Dr , Lexington 40504, 252- 

4581 
Gish. Jack. 390 Dayton Pike. Dayton 41074, 781-3504, 261- 

5620, Ext. .50 
Grosser. Martm. 521 Van Voast Ave., Bellevue 41073, 291- 

2235, 371-9175 
Haddix, Daniel E., 1148 Main St., Jackson 41339, 666-5152, 

666-5554 
Haddix, Donnie, 1148 Main St., Jackson 41339, 666-5152, 

666-5554 
Hale, Mary, 5101 Lila Ave.. Louisville 40258, 935-3938 
Harding, Artell, 309 Fonville, Martin, Tennessee 38237 
Holland. Ronald M.. 5892 B Adams, Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

640R, 624-1646 
Jackson. Ed. 2507 W. 9th St., Owensboro 42301, 654-4664, 

926-3207 
Johnson, R. Michael. 3504 Greenlawn Dr., Lexington 40503, 

272-5570 
King, Harry Dee, 137 Cooper, Martin, Tennessee 38237 
Kmg. Danny. 5132 Milner Road. Louisville 40228 
Lamar. Huston O.. Box 116, Cloverport 40111, 758-1538, 

788-6045 
Kmg. Michael A., 7707 Rochelle Rd.. Louisville 40228, 968- 

1795. 588-4028 
LeQuire. H. M . Woodland Hills, Harlan 40831, 573-1857. 

573-5151 
Litsey, James W.. Combs Ferry Rd., Pine Grove 40470, 

299-8590. 257-1550 



Long, James E., Box 73, Baskett 42402, 827-5000, 827-1867 
McDonlad, Eugene, Box 307, Sharon, Tennessee 38255 
Major, Lucian, Rt. 4, Martin, Teimessee 38237 
Mattmiller, Richard, 1718 Bluelicks Rd. Lexington 40504, 

278-2012 
Miller, Fred A., 600 Elm St., Owensboro 42301, 926-2689 
Miller, Tim, 1021 College Ave., Jackson 41339, 666-2214. 

666-2434 
Morris, Stephen W., 108 Vine Street, Cynthiana 41031. 234- 

2969 254-6412 
Oetjen, Gregory W., 56 Arlington PI., Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-6031, 261-2076 
Pittman, Spencer, 15 Sunset Dr., Winchester 40391, 744- 

8508, 744-1578 
Poole, Glenn, 317 Ridgewood Dr., Versailles 40383, 873- 

5124, 277-1111 
Potts, Ray, 431 E. Lee, Louisville 40217 
Poulos, Nicholas J., 7545 B Montgomery, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-4101, 624-4727 
Powers, Elmer, 1017 N. Main, Barbourville 40906, 546-6613, 

864-2271 
Preston, Delmas J., 2603 Butler St., Ashland 41101, 325- 

4839 329-5079 
Pride, Ronnie, Box 38, Clay 42404, 664-2590, 664-6221 
Puckett, Robert O., 130 Parkside Circle, Vine Grove 40175, 

877-5362, 624-8432 
Pugh, Bob, 562 Halifax Dr., Lexington 40503, 278-0059, 

276-1692 
Pugh, Roy D., 3510 Barclay Dr., Jeffersontown 40299, 267- 

5513, 448-8188 
Purcell, Michael R., 2689 Anbeth Ct., Lakeside Park 41017, 

341-4549, 961-6254 
F^irwin. John C, Rt. 8, Glen Lily Rd., Bowling Green 

42101, 842-8540, 842-7302 
Quehl, Bud, P.O. Box 309, Princeton 42445, 365-2238, 365- 

2620 
Ralston, J. Darrell, 107 Madison Ave., Bardstown 40004, 

348-9652, 583-4471 
Randall, Leroy, Rt. 2, Alexandria 41001, 694-6114, 635-2191 
Ransdell, John D., Ill Bruce Ct., Danville 40422, 236-8460, 

236-2113 
Rapp, William, 1836 Woodland Dr., Ironton, Ohio 45G38, 

532-1983, 532-7245 
Rascoe, Robert B., 523 Sumpter, Bowling Green 42101, 

842-2360, 745-2131 
Ratliff, Barry M., 1334 Fairfax Way, Georgetown 40324, 

863-1546 
Rawdon, Richard M., P.O. Box 631, Georgetown 40324, 

535-6198, 863-0249 
Read, Frederick K., 1338 Greenup St., Covington 41011, 

431-5197, 431-5197 
Reece, Jerry T., 2808 Seattle Dr., Lexington 40503, 276- 

2409, 564-4912 
Reeves, Curtis R., 416 Valleybrook Dr., Danville 40422, 

236-1819. 236-9400, Ext. 301 
Renfro, James H., 2116 Broadway, Paducah 42001, 443- 

6611, 444-6311 
Reynolds, Elmer, P.O. Box 421, Loyall 40854, 573-1828. 

573-1900 
Riggs, C. Dennis, 3131 Sudbury Lane, I^uisvllle 40220, 

491-0778, 452-8341 
Riley, Michael Steven, Rt. 1, Sedalia 42079, 382-2753, 247- 

1431 
Ring, Bill, 481 Rookwood Parkway, Lexington 40505, 299- 

7089, 255-8492 
Rister, Edgar L.. Box 213. Garrett 41630, 358-4428, 285-3230 
Roark, Jimmy W., P.O. Box 114, Pathfork 40863, 664-2008, 

664-3444 
Roberts, Geo. M., Rt. 1, Box 459C, Louisa 41230, 638-9734 
Roberts, James E., 1019 Pawnee Dr., Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-4739, 769-5750 
Roberts, John G., Rt. 7, Box 595, London 40741, 864-5108, 

864-5108 
Roberts. Thos. L., Jr., 5541 Mildenhall Way, LouisviUe 

40213, 964-6247. 582-2547 
Robinson, Larry M., Box 6, Paintsville 41240, 789-1733, 789- 

1440, Ext. 247 
Roby, James B., 108 E. Halstead, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

6264, 348-6264 
Rodgers. Tom H., Box 228, MadisonviUe 42431, 821-8157, 

821-4180 
Rogers, Eldridge, Rt. 7, Heritage Hill Farm, Hopkinsville 

42240. 269-2234, 886-3921 
Rogers, Rufus B., 5571-B Hiers St., Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

1965. 624-3955 
Rose. Robert L., Jr., 4401 Landside Dr., Louisville 40220, 

491-0361 778-4421 
Rosen, William H.. P.O. Box 2197, Williamson, W. Va. 

25661. 2.17-1092, 235-1995 
Rouse. Donald J., Jr., Rt. 1, Box 19B, Kermit, W. Va. 

25674. 235-7000. 235-9974 
Rouse. Thomas L., 151 Todds Rd. #287, Lexington 40509, 

269-5953 
Ruby, Walter L., Box 504. Rosine 42370. 274-7438, 274-7101 
Runyon, Tommy Dean, Box 181, Belfry 41514, 353-4935, 

432-2733 
Russ, Charles. 2413 Mt. Claire, Louisville 40217 
Russman, Godfrev F., Jr., 1041 Goss Ave., Louisville 

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Russell, Gary E., 2112 Gregory Dr., Henderson 42420, 

H27-2437 
Sallee, Danny D., 584 Storey Ave., Harrodsburg 40330, 

734-9377, 734-7711 
Salsbury, Donald Mack, 1702 Turner Street, Flatwoods 

41139. 836-4527, 325-8511, Ext. 747 
Sammons. C. J., Red Jacket, W. Va. 25692, 426-4171, 235- 

212*' 
Sandfoss, Michael J., 64 West ViUa Place, Ft. Thomas 

41075, 441-5069, 562-2930 
Sarakatsannis, James N., 8330 Mockingbird Lane, Cincm- 

nati, Ohio 45231, 931-8535, 721-2332 
Satterly, Grant, Rt. 1, Box 205, Eminence 40019, 845-4930, 

345-5639 
Saylors, Carlee, 1700 Main, Murray 42071, 753-7979, 924-5602 
Schilling, Don, 246 N. 38th St., Paducah 42001, 444-6716. 

442-2370 
Schmitt, Paul E., 3864 Darlene Drive, Shively 40216, 778- 

5355, 778-2773 
Schuler, Hugh W., 4415 Savage Dr., Louisville 40216, 447- 

5377 
Schultz, Frank D., 206 W. Beall St., Bardstown 40004, 348- 

5137 
Scott, W. L., 1816 McDonald Ave., Lexington 40503, 278- 

2844, 278-9702 
Scully. Dennis W., 1605 Gardiner Lane, Louisville 40205, 

459-1542, 583-7528 
Beavers, Joe, 2517 Ann St., Villa Hills 41016, 341-0213. 

291-8925 
Bellinger, Robert M., 8411 Rodney Circle, Louisville 40219, 

968-4340 969-2334 
Besher. Jini, 7091 Manderlay Dr., Florence 41042, 371-8128 
Settles, William H., 818 Allison Ave., Bardstown 40004, 

348-2806, 692-3133 
Shelley, Hugh R., Rt. 2, Maxon Rd., Box 320-A, Paducah 

42001, 443-2178 
Shelton James S., 812 S. 2nd St., Mayfield 42066, 247-9963. 

247-1431 
Sherman, Inman J., Jr., Rt. 5, Box 688, London 40741, 

864-6518, 364-2207 
Shinbaum, Ralph M., 1828 Fawn Drive, Owensboro 42301, 

684-7677, 683-2401, Ext. 473 
Shreve. Tim, 6919 Blackhorse Dr., Fern Creek 40291, 239- 

1946. 452-4812 
Simms. Clarence E., 610 Linden Ave., Newport 41071, 581- 

3026, 243-3026 
Simms, Randy. 1905 Richmond, Louisville 40205, 267-7964 
Simpson. David E.. Rt. 2, Box 124D, Bowling Green 42101, 

842-5286. 781-4490 
Simpson, James H., Box 424, South Shore 41175. 932-3613 
Sizemore, Aster, 201 Sunvalley Terrace. Hazard 41701, 436- 

3402, 436-2107 
Skaggs, Robert "Bill", P. O. Box 372, Leitchfield 42754, 

259-3438 259-4144 
Sligh, Jim, Rt. 2, Box 223, Ashland 41101. 928-5859, 739-5111 
Small, David E.. 600 Arbor Dr., Louisville 40223. 245-7954, 

897-1876 
Smith. Carmack. 523 E. Third St.. Trenton. Tennessee 

38382 
Smith, Joseph E., 2434 Jefferson Street, Paducah 42001 
Smith. Ronald A,, 561 Lisa Drive, Lexington 40505, 299- 

9688. 255-56G1, Ext. 279 
Sohan, John Patrick, 2017 Peabody Lane #14, Louisville 

40218. 454-5046 
South. Stanley, 57 Burton Court, Winchester 40391. 744- 

0357. 744-4812 
Spath. William J.. 2922 White Plains Rd., Louisville 40218, 

491-9637. 584-5209 
Spratling, Obie L., 416 N. Logsdon Pkwy., Radcliff 40160, 

351-9482. 624-1246 
Spurrier. John P.. 849 Fetter Ave.. Louisville 40217, 637- 

6098. 368-1024 
Stalev. Jerry. 117 Inca Trail, Georgetown 40324, 863-3440, 

223-3945 
Staples. Jerrv. R. R. 1, Box 203, Henderson 42420, 827- 

3633, 826-9040 
Staton. Frank. 417 Fairview, Dayton 41074. 261-8718. 7Bl-.'i458 
Steinberg. Morton. 10404 Nanka Rd., Louisville, 40272, 937- 

1383. 456-3131 
Stiene. Rick. 112 Graves Avenue, Erlanger 41018. 727-3411. 

579-9100 
Stout. Charles E., Med Company, Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

7924. 624-4048 
Stranee, Fred D., Jr., P.O. Box 411, Princeton 42445, 338- 

9883, 365-3735 
Stansburv. Charles F., Riceville, Apt. 18, Morchead 40351, 

784-5135 
Stavton. Jeff. 508E 21st St., Covington 41014, 261-6793, 

261-6793 
Stephenson, Elmer B., Rt. 2, MiUord Est., Richmond 40475. 

623-3699, 622-3271 
Stcphrnson. Harrv S.. 1612 Hawthorn Lane W., Lexington 

40505, 299-1757. 2.33.8221 
Stewart. Phil R., 112 East 13th St., Bowling Green 42101, 

843-4734 
Stikclealher, CIvde L,. 730 School St., Leitchfield 42754. 

259-3885, 259-3161 
Stivers. Larry, 931 Mulberry St., Louisville 40217, 636-1941. 
459-5650 



Stovall. Ken, 2136 Glenworth Ave., Louisville 40218, 451- 

6781, 587-6534 
Strader, Tim V.. 4800 Richardson Rd., Ashland 41101, 325- 

3255. 324-2144, Ext. 271 
Strain. Richard P.. P.O. Box 472, Kadcliff 40160, 351-4306, 

624-2214 
Straus, William W., 121 Todds Rd.. Apt. 47, Lexington 

40502, 269-4787 
Streible, Ronnie D., Rt. 5, Elizabethtown 42701, 737-5540, 

769-2371 
Streicher, Richard A., 3249 Ellis Way, Louisville 40220, 

458-5254, 584-7156 
Stuedle, Ray, 1404 Girard Dr., Louisville 40222, 425-3679, 

893-3852 
Stumbo. Jack, 1146 Riverview Lane, Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-3363, 886-3080 
Stutler, Joe, 6305 Beechmont Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45230, 

232-6697, 542-4700 
Styer, Charles, R. R. 1, Box 177, Alexanderia 41001, 635- 

5161, 241-1865 
Sullivan, A. G., 1921 Goodwin Ave., Corbin 40701, 528-1282, 

528-9038 
Sumner. Carl, 8711 Cedar Creek Rd., Fern Creek 40291, 

239-0783, 459-1030, Ext. 205 
Sutton, James A., 2111 Sutton Dr., Henderson 42420, 827- 

3186, 826-4342 
Sutton, Jim, Rt. 1, East Bemstadt 40729, 843-7428, 864-2241 
Swarts, Joseph C, 135 Lane St., Coal Grove, Ohio 45638, 

532-9349 
Swarts, Michael, 135 Lane Street, Coal Grove, Ohio 45638, 

532-9349 
Swinford, John, 106 South Elmarch Ave., Cynthiana 41031, 

234-2562, 234-5820 
Swope, James R., 500 Van Voast Ave., Bellevue 41073, 

581-4300, 271-8850 
Sword, Russ D., 601 Lovern St., Hazard 41701, 439-2263, 

439-1331 
Talbot, William G., Ill, R. R. 6, Box 303, Paris 40361, 

987-4529 
Tate. Ken. Jr., 3379A Moundview Ct., Lexington 40502, 

269-5975, 255-0835 
Tatum, Tommv E., 415 Draughon Circle, Greenbrier, Tenn. 

37073. 643-4456, 643-4456 
Taylor, James R., Rt. 2, Box 325D, Ashland 41101, 928-5792, 

325-8426 
Tharpe. Willie, 2605 Oregon Ave., Louisville 40210, 776- 

3480. 778-6631 
Thomas Charles E.. P. O. Box 501, South Point, Ohio 

45680, 325-8511, Ext, 206 (Bus,) 
Thomas, James J.. 7407 Feyhurst Dr.. Louisville 40258, 

937-4875, 774-6455 
Thomas, Lyn, Rt. 2, Calvert City 42029, 395-4035, 395-7121, 

Ext. 2446 
Thomas, Paul, 706 Gartrell Ct., Ashland 41101, 324-9603, 

739-4166. Ext. 8432 
Thomas, Raymond Earl, 212 Akin Ave., Franklin 42134, 

586-6297 
Thomas, Raymond E., 1106 Main Street. Sturgis 42459. 333- 

2151, 338-5460 
Thompson, Gerald D., 4200 Cottage HiU Rd.. Louisville 

40299. 491-0198, 587-2201 
Thompson, Harrie G.. 1673 N. Cleveland Pike, Lexington 

40511. 266-2819. 278-3478 
Thompson, Tom D.. 97 Carran Drive. Ft. Mitchell 41017, 

341-1809. 292-4034 
Thompson. Victor Neil, 121 Garrard St., Covington 41011, 

261-7913, 579-9100 
Thomson. Cecil W.. 3310 Lewis Lane, Owensboro 42301, 

684-4962. 926-3200, Ext. 263 
Thornton, Daniel A.. 119 Stacker Drive, Clarksville, Tenn. 

37040, 648-2742, 798-2916 
Timmering, George E., 4109 Manner Gate Dr., Louisville 

40220, 491-7705, 897-9441 
Tinsley, Joe, 2344-A Russellville Rd., Bowling Green 42101, 

781-5698, 781-5698 
Tipton, Ronald E., 3021 Stanford Drive, Lexington 40503, 

272-1430. 266-3515 
Towe, Paul F., 617 Lake Knoll Ct., Erlanger 41018, 341- 

7895, 751-1334 
Trabue. David, 114 Maplewood Place, Glasgow 42141. 651- 

3436 
Trapp. Charles W.. 34 Trapp Court, Alexandria 41001, 341- 

2700. 635-9250 
Treas. Joe W., P.O. Box 653, Fulton 42041, 472-1604. 472-1R.16 
Treiblv. Chuck. 4418 Signal Hill Rd., Louisville 40207, 893- 

5855. 426-2412 
Trice. Victor K,. 731 S, 35th Street, Louisville 40211, 778- 

9591, 587-3761 
Tuitele. Matthew. 203 Millbrooke Drive, HopkinsvHle 42240, 

886-8.371, 885-8457 
Turlev. A. Howard. 2655 Algonquin Pkwy., Louisville 

40210. 774-1637. .'^81-4647 
Turner, C W.. 700 Iroquois Tr.. Danville 40422. 23R-6983 
Turner. J.nmes W.. Huevsville 41640. .358-4854. 285-9248 
Turner. Paul. 81? Park St.. Bowling Green 42101, 842-2804 
Tye. Josh. 225 College St.. Barbourville 40906. 546-3745, 

546-3121 
Tyson. Daniel A.. Jr.. 4719 A Prichard PI., Ft. Knox 40121, 
942-3586. 624-7051 



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Urlage, Richard, 822 Highland Ave., Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-5513, 874-8820 
Usery. L. L., Rt. 2, Greenfield, Tennessee 38230 
VanBogaert, Steve, 6410 Mandeville Rd., Louisville 40228. 

239-4224 
Varner. Ray G., 737 Kingston Rd., Lexington 40505. 299- 

4145, 293-3823 
Vaughn, Jim, 508 N. 2nd St., Bardstown 40004. 348-2820. 

348-3866 
Vaughn, Wm. E,. Jr. 3016 Winding Trails, Edgewood 41017, 

331-0823, 283-3451 
Vest, David G., 101 N. Limestone, Lexington 40507. 272- 

1543, 253-3486 
Volmering, Ronald E., Todd Hall, E.K.U., Richmond 40475, 

899-2128 
Wade, Bill, Rt. 4, Morganfield 42437, 389-1061, 389-2419 
Wagner, Stephen W., P.O. Box 250, Bardstown 40004. 839- 

7074 348-3953 
Waide, Harry D., 558 S. Seminary St.. Madisonville 42431, 

821-1139, 821-3870 
Waldrop, Harold D., 7516 A Montpelier St., Ft. Knox 40121 
Waldrop, James R., 7516A MontpeUer St., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-6083 
Walker, Joe D., 508 East Cedar St., Franklin 42134, 586- 

8457, 586-3331 
Waller, Bobbie E., 309 Strathmore, Lexington 40505, 299- 

6123, 299-6123 
Wanchic, Nicholas, 101 Southview Dr., Nicholasville 40356. 

885-6627, 255-6812, Ext. 2280 
Ward, Tommy, Marsee Dr., Harlan 40831, 573-4653, 573-3711 
Ware, Phillip, 218 Sycamore St., Owensboro 42301, 684- 

9769, 684-7583 
Warren, Bige R., Box 29, Barbourville 40906, 546-5733, 

546-5189 
Washer, Charles R., 2815 Garfield Ave., LouisviUe 40212, 

772-9898, 969-2377 
Washer, James P., 8516 Bronzewing Ct.. Louisville 40299. 

491-8500, 458-6180 
Watkins, David P., 112 Henson Ave. D, S. Charleston, 

W Va. 25303, 744-1157, 348-3014 
Watson, George, 312 Holly Hill, Lexington 40503, 278-8838, 

299-7711 
Watson, James W., 3234 N. Talbot Ave. #8, Erlanger 

41018, 342-6242. 562-4617 
Weber, Thomas C, 5809 Brandywyne Ct., Louisville 40291. 

239-5066, 426-6020 
Wedge, Denny, 1531 Cabell Dr., Bowling Green 42101, 

842-6732, 781-1067 
Wells, Glenn, 517 Edgar Ct., Erlanger 41018, 727-2481, 

292-5340 
Wells, Lewis E., Rt. 9, Autumn Way, Bowling Green 42101, 

842-5983, 842-0186 
Wells, Theodore, 916 Powell Lane, Flatwoods 41139, 836-9940 
Wessel, Joseph. 7606 Smyrna Rd., Louisville 40228, 964-8909 
Wetzel, Ralph, Rt. 3, Calhoun 42327, 278-2708, 462-2365 
Whalen, Billy, 2077 St. Teresa, Lexington 40502, 269-5143, 

259-1411 
Wheeler, David, 1301 Lincoln Ave., Paintsville 41240, 625- 

4513, 622-3101 
Whelan, James F., 1827 Cecelia Ct., Owensboro 42301, 683- 

0744, 683-2431, Ext. 608 
White, Russell D., Rt. 3. Box 323, Ironton, Ohio 45638, 

532-8648, 325-8511, Ext. 253 
Whitehead. Chris, 4264 BulUon Blvd.. Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-6869 
Whitt, Michael D., Box 24, Red Jacket, W. Va. 25692, 

462-8638 
Wilbert, Donald A., 4420 Santa Paula Lane, Louisville 

40219, 969-8733, 448-2761 
Wilcox, Ursal A., Auxier 41602 
Wilder, Jerry, 435 Dorchester Dr., Bowling Green 42101, 

742-2691, 843-1983 
Wilder, Teddy W.. Box 14, Kettle Island, Pineville 40958, 

.■i37-6241, 248-5313 
Williams, James H., 529 Hilda Dr., P. O. Box 722, Gallipolis, 

Ohio 45631, 446-4855, 353-5128 
Wilson, James L., 3819 Greenwich Way, Louisville 40218 
Wilson, Malcolm, Rt. 1, Hines Road, Paducah 42001, 554- 

2546, 442-6131 
Wilson. Nellus R.. 223 Iroquois Dr., Paducah 42001, 554- 

1910, 443-3668 
Wilson, Woodrow, Rt. 7, Box 149, Corbln 40701, 528-4319, 

528-1630 
Winfrey, Wm. Steven, 743 Wakefield Ave., Bowling Green 

42101, 781-5507, 781-6400 
Wood, Furman B., P.O. Box 148, Charleston, W. Va. 25321, 

965-5471 925-3294 
Wood, Harold R., 105 Donna Dr., HopkinsvlUe 42240, 886- 

5845, 886-2433 
Wright, Charles J., 2107 Edgeland Ave., Louisville 40204, 

451-8373, 367-6411, Ext. 295 
Wright. Howard L., 309 Forest Ave., Erlanger 41018, 342- 

7396, 871-3900 
Wright, Jim, Rt. 1, Oxford Rd., Georgetown 40324, 863- 

3628, 232-7848 
Wright, John David. 682 Lawrence St., Apt. 2, Lexington 

40506, 254-0505 (Bus.) 
Wuertz, John R., 9805 Renown Court, Louisville 40299. 
267-8565, 491-4320 



WuUeck, Jim, 78 Thompson Ave., Ft. Mitchell 41017, 341- 

a/oa, 9-48-9111 
Wyatt, Henry, 315 Springhill Dr., Paris 40361. 987-6420. 

987-6779 
Yates, George A., Rt. 9, Manley-Leestown Rd., Frankfort 

4U601, 875-3097, 564-3020 
Young, Jack. 121 Smith Ballard. Richmond 40475, 623-4589, 

623-2334 
Zimmer, Tom, 114 Summit Drive, Ft. Mitchell 41011, 341- 

4566, 431-4272 
Zlamal, Raymond, 1465 N.W. 19th Terrace, Apt. 103, Miami, 

Florida 33125, 325-1508, 324-4455, Ext. 3U31 
Zogg, Joe, 2202 Lydia Dr.. Owensboro 42301, 683-0152, 683- 

6425 



REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled Seplember 27) 

If the telephone number is given for a^ official, it is 
the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two num- 
bers are given the first number is the home phone. 

Adkins, Madison, 210 Judianna Estates, Winchester 40391, 

744-1325 
Adkins, Robert C. Jr.. 527 Lake Tower #50. Lexington 

40502, 269-5863, 255-6666 
Alexander, Howard. Lebanon Roal, Crittenden 41030, 428- 

1230, 356-5559 
Allen, Elmer Lucille (Mrs.), 1309 Fairland PI., Louisville 

40211, 776-1878, V78-5531 Ext. 266 
Allen, Jack R., 1019 N. Third St., Bardstown 40004, 348- 

8294, 348-8446 
Allen, Nelson. Russell 41169, 836-5352 
Allgood, Russell L., Rt. 3, EUzabethtown 42701. 737-8906. 

765-5459 
Anderson, Ann T., 1178 Moon Dr., Apt. #3, Radclifl 40160. 

351-5517, 351-1801 
Anderson, Edward L., P. O. Box 501. Leitchfield 42754, 

259-4458, 259-4256 
Anderson, Marcus, 1836 Carl Ct., Apt. #6, Louisville 40215, 

361-4125, 772-3661 Ext. 3287 
Anderson, Michael L., 511 N. 5th St., Mayfield 42066, 247- 

5607 
Appleman, Michael, Route #1, Augusta 41002, 756-3255 
Appling, James. Rt. 1, Village Green, Russellville 42276. 

726-3446 726-9513 
Asher. Ralph, P. O. Box 232. Olive HiU 41164, 286-2081. 

286-2081 
Ashlock, Robert L.. East View 42732, 862-3346, 765-7769 
Arflin, Tracv T., 7540-B McDevett Cir.. Ft. Knox 40121. 

624-5366. 624-7746 
Azevedo, Vernon, 3191 Dewey Drive. Lexington 40503, 

269-6403. 254-4475 Ext. 20 
Bain, Stanley T., 1102 Nancylee Drive, Louisville 40213, 

366-0248, 587-1292 
Bair, David J., 1124 Centm-ian Road, Lexington 40502, 272- 

5793, 269-3326 
Baker, Janice, 4008 Addison Lane, LouisviUe 40216, 447- 

6539 
Baldwin, Dennis E., 4605 Myrick Place, Valley Station 

40272, 935-0667, 448-8210 
Banks, Buddy, Box 173, Flatwoods 41139, 836-4807 
Barker, Kenny, Route 1, Box 157 Cynthiana 41031, 234- 

6550, 863-5555 
Barker, Walter D., P. O. Box 1411, Friendship, Ohio 

45630, 858-5421 
Barnes, Barry, Rockport 42369, 274-3028 
Barnes, Conrad, Box 202, Rockport 42369, 274-3028 
Bartley, Joseph, Box 134, Muldraugh 40155, 942-6323, 624- 

5744 
Easier, Mel, 857 Malabu Dr. #94, Lexington 40502, 269- 

5576, 253-0531 
Bates, J. R., Box 584, Whitesburg 41858, 633-7227, 633-2266 
Beam. Kerma P., 3308 Pinehaven Drive, Ashland 41101, 

325-7453 
Beckner, Gene, Box 32, Manchester 40962, 864-9102, 598- 

2161 
Bell, BiUy, 1006 Kelsey, Sturgi s42459, 333-2768 
Bell, Clarence T., 3812 Meadow Haven Road, LouisviUe 

40218, 491-2846, 582-5573 
Bell, Gregory, Box 137, Belfry 41514, 353-4223 
BeU, Robert J., 1257 Tisholt Drive, L.exington 40502, 269- 

6122, 269-3326 
Benton, Douglas W., Normal Hall #32, Morehead 40351, 

783-3341 (Bus.) 
Berger, Richard T., 118 Yancey Drive. Fort MitcheU 41017, 

331-5373, 431-1235 
Bertrand, Earl F., 554 Accrusia Ave., ClarksviUe. Ind. 47130. 

283-8721 459-5252 
Beshears, Jim T., 411 East Hall. Dawson Springs 42408. 

797-8809, 821-5474 
Bevars, Ronnie, 171 N. Lorraine. Radcliff 40160, 351-5895, 

351-3167 
Bingham, Bennie, P. O. Box 88, Worthington 41183, 836- 

4208, 836-3844 
Bishop, Paul D.. 3839 Hyde Park Ave., Cincinnati 45209, 

531-7965, 292-5317 or 5310 



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Black, Willis L., P. O. Box 482, Danville 40422, 734-7872, 

236-9143 or 9134 
Blankenship, J. Wayne, Box 127 Palmer Hall-EKU, Rich- 
mond 40475, 625-3429 
Blythe, John Wesley, 1005 So. 14th Street, Mayfield 42066, 

247-8352, 247-2574 
Bohanon, Alan K., Box 222, Mannsville 42758. 465-5216, 

465-2877 
Bond. Howard I. (Hank). Rt. 2. Coolbrook Sub, Frankfort 

40601, 227-2044, 564-3311 
Bond, Terry Lee, 11 Circle Drive. Crestview 41076. 441-0723 
Boucher. Larry G. Jr.. 907 Leawood Drive. Frankfort 40601. 

227-9976, 564-4550 
Bowling, Donald E., 503 Scott Avenue, Pikeville 41501, 

437-7243 432-2733 
Brady Ron,' 85 Arcadia, Ft. Mitchell 41017, 341-8502 
Brandon, L. Jerome, 405 N. Cherry St.. Murray 42071, 753- 

1648 
Branham, Donald R., 211 Holiday Road. Winchester 40391, 

744-1156. 744-6412 
Brantley. Delmer L.. 416 E. 12th, Bowling Green 42101, 

842-7616, 782-1220 Ext. 69 
Brock, Alben, P. O. Box 103. Pineville 40977. 337-3848, 337- 

3512 
Brock. Jack W.. 421 Peachtree Road. Lexington 40509, 266- 

4435. 259-3456 Ext. 236 
Brock. John D.. Rt. I. Box 262. Pineville 40977. 337-3368. 

337-2329 
Brockman, Gerald K.. 1015 Sir Lancelot Lane, Louisville 

40222, 425-6133, 566-4438 
Brody, Theresa, Box #7. David 41616. 368-3811. 886-8374 
Browder, Homer L., 405 Fair Street Henderson 42420, 826- 

2123, 827-5671 
Brown, Mike, P. O. Box 427, Scottsville 42164, 237-4546, 

237-3117 
Brown, Steve, 10 Skyline Drive. Crest View 41076. 781- 

4674, 825-4604 
Browning. Danny W., Box 50, Wamcliffe, W. Va. 25651, 

664-9696. 235-3301 
Browning. John T.. Route 5. Box 590, Ashland 41101, 928- 

5727, 928-9411 
Browning. Wayne. 7080 Fowler Drive, Madisonville 42431, 

821-5958, 821-3033 (Wife's) 
Bryson, Bonnie F.. Box 65, Route 2, South Shore 41175, 

932-4300 
Buell, Elijah, Wallins 40873. 664-2452. 664-2452 
Bullock, Larry L., Box U. Brodhead 40409 758-8165, 256- 

2195 (2196) 
Burch Bill W.. 2128 Mantz Street, Ashland 41101. 324- 

8397. 324-9771 
Burkhart. Robert. 33 E. 43rd Street. Covington 41015. 491- 

"8079. 341-0400 
Burkeen. Phillip, 659 Wakefield, Bowling Green 42101. 842- 

4182. 842-5302 
Bush. Karmen B.. 107 Algiers Ct. #6. Louisville 40218, 

451-1233. 267-7486 
Butcher, Douglas, Mealley 41234. 789-5553, 789-6147 
Butcher, Karl T., 1024 Thornbury Street. Huntington, W. 

Va. 25701. (304) 523-5328, (614) 532-7072 
Butcher, Stephen D., Box 14, Meally 41234, 789-1548, 789- 

4890 
Butner. Billy M., Route 1. Lancaster 40444, 792-3503. 423- 

2500 
Byaxs, Don W., 530 Woodbine Road, Lexington 40503, 277- 

2215, 258-8892 
Cadwell. Charles W.. Rt. 4, Box 261, Paducah 42001, 898- 

3745, 395-4165 
Campbell Charles, Frenchburg 40322, 768-3648, 768-2111 
Campbell, Dexter, Box 269, Jeremiah 41826, 633-2835. 633- 

9881 
Cardin. G. Melvin ,13203 Meadowlawn Drive, Louisville 

40272. 937-5035. 968-6111 
Carlton, James C, 506 South Railroad St., Earlington 

42410. 383-3651, 821-7114 or 6091 
Carnes, Dwight D., Gen Del, Straight Creek 40989, 337- 

3824, 528-5808 
Carpenter, Jasper. 208 Whitfield. Lexington 40503. 272- 

5166, (5021 564-7844 
Carper. Lovell. Rt. 4, Box 183, Grayson 41143, 474-9629. 

474-6221 
Casada. Lonnie K.. Rt. 8, Box 46, Somerset 42501. 561- 

5713. 561-4138 
Cash. Charles C. 616 Hemlock. Calvert ity 42029, 395-4709, 

.395-4165 Ext. 217 
Cash, Harold, 1108 Somerset Village. Somerset 42501. 679- 

3244 
Catron. Ken. Box 225, Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-2173, 783-3998 
Chappie, Charles, 1532 Holman Street, Covington 41011, 

581-5841, 342-9203 
Centers, Mike, 302 Jeremiah Drive, Rt. 5, Richmond 40475. 

527-6632. (502) 897-5314 
Clark. Ken, 2611 Delor Avenue, Louisville 40217. 637-6497. 

581-4605 
Clayton, Gary L., Box 214. Brooksville 41004, 735-3567. 735- 

2169 
Click. Edgle (Bide). Box 783. Martin 41649. 285-3532. 285-9287 
Cochran, Ray D.. Win. 41272, 297-3135 

CoUey, Lynn, 411 E. 23rd St., Hopkinsville 42240, 885-9538, 
886-4463 



Cillier. Barnard, Sidney 41564. 353-4111, 353-7239 

Collins. Hubert. U.S. 23, Wittensville 41274, 297-3152, 789- 

4890 
Combs. Henry B.. Route 5. Quicksand 41363. 666-7876. 666- 

2403 
Conder. Joseph. 4210 Hillview #215. Louisville 40216, 448- 

2128. 366-1454 
Congleton. S. 'Jay", R. R. 4, P. O. Box 416. Owenton 40359, 

484-5238. 484-3434 
Conley. John. Garrett 41630, 358-4232, 285-3236 
Cornelison. Michael R., P. O. Box 7. Berea 40403. 986-9568, 

986-3371 
Coryell, Frank, 306 Ky. Home Life Bldg.. Louisville 40202, 

368-9774, 589-4226 
Cothron, David R.. 118 Kennedy Street. Somerset 42501, 

679-3898. 423-3341 
Cotton. Carl W.. 515 Central Avenue, Wurtland 41144, 836- 

6803, 325-8549 
Crabb, Betty, Scobee Lane. New Castle 40050, 845-2603. 

845-5622 
Crabb. John B., Scobee Lane. Newcastle 40050, 845-2603 
Crady. Mike R.. Preston Hwy.. Lebanon 40150, 833-4786 
Crager. Bobby F.. 1703 Mary Ellen Drive, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6069, 836-5623 
Craig, Ronald. R. R. 2. Versailles 40383, 873-5286, (502) 564- 

4896 
Crick. Dwaine, Gen. Del.. Nortonville 42442, 676-8397 
Crisp. Jackie Day. Box 113. Allen 41601, 874-2219 
Cross, Roger, P. O. Box 41. Muldraugh 40155 942-3625, 

942-3510 
Crutcher. Paul M., Rt. 1, Ekron 40117, 828-3745. 624-8349 
Curry, Randall. Box 96. Cave City 42127. 773-2944 
Cundiff. Curt. Dry Creek Road. Clearfield 40313. 784-7320. 

784-4604 
Curlis. Ella Mae. Box 134. (602 Miller Street). Stanford 

40484 365-7323 
Curtsinger. Garvey. Rt. 3. Carlisle 40311. 289-2003. 234-2340 
Dallas. Stephen K.. 371 Constance Road. Hebron 41048, 

689-7577. 586-6101 
Damron, Adam G., 303 Carolina Avenue. Winchester 40391, 

744-7901 
Daniels, Leon. Garrett 41630, 358-4445. 783-3832 
Daniels. Robert A., Van Lear 41265. 789-3931. 789-1201 Ext. 

241 
Darwell. Nick. 6 Riverview Avenue. Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-4497. 381-3200 
Davis. William G. Jr., Rt. 5, Campbellsville 42718. 465- 

2070, 789-1592 
Day. Bill, 966 St Andrews Way, Frankfort 40601. 695-4962, 

255-6812 
Day. Jack L., 605 Morehead Street, Central City 42330. 754- 

4700. 754-2272 
Deitsch, John M.. 6020 North Glen. Cincinnati, Ohia 45211, 

574-0103. 852-3367 
Dennedy. Bob, 5994 North Glen Road. Cincinnati. Ohio 

45211 574-3125 574-3511 
DeVary. Bill, 3237 Raven Circle, Lexington 40502. 277- 

7237. 232-3673 
Dierig, Thomas H., 26 Concord Avenue. Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-4470 
Dill. J. Roger. P. O. Box 561. Mt. Washington 40047, 538- 

7233 538-7233 
Dillihay', Ralph E., P. O. Box 87, Central City 42330, 754- 

3098. 754-5165 
Divine. Wayne L., 626 Walnut. Central City 42330, 754- 

2783. 754-4474 
Dixon, Ron, Rt. 2, Box 537. Ashland 41101. 928-9691. 324- 

5137, Ext. 248 
Doan, Dennis M., Box 95, Loyall 40854, 573-3781, 573-1331 
Doll, Allen, R. R. 1, Campbellsville 40011. 732-4512. 222-9441 
Dooley. Terry, R. R. 2, Box 149, Hardinsburg 40143. 756-2034 
Dotson. Paul. Box 83, Belfry 41514. 432-0431, 353-7230 
Douthwaite. Donald D., 5754 Biscayne Ave., Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45211, 574-2238. 721-6804 
Dowd. James, 31 Richmond Drive, West Chester 45069, 

777-7565. 562-5924 
Dozier. Dennis. 209 Manchester Street. Barbourville 40906, 

546-6142. 546-5181 
Drake. Lonnie N., Rt. 1, Box 66. Belton 42324. 476-2772, 

476-2204 
Driskell, Earl Jr.. 331 Moulton Lane. Louisville 40218, 459- 

7638. 583-1641 
Drnevich. Roxanne, 168 Eastover Drive, Lexington 40502, 
266-5036 ^ 

Duff, Alger Bart, Delphia 41735, 675-3971, 436-6811 ^ 

Duff, Burchell, Box 85, Garrett 41630 358-4564, 358-9618 
Duff, Patricia, Box 85. Garrett 41630 358-4564. 886-6180 
Duncan. Gary S.. 2808 Browns Dr. #8. Henderson 42420. 

826-0324, 425-6131 
Durbin. Hade Jr., 303 Morningside Drive. Elizabethtown 

42701, 765-7893, 765-6575 
Durbin, Rov, 2911 Dale Ann Drive, Louisville 40220, 452- 

1730, 587-5237 
Duvall, Ron, 2024 Tamarack Drive, Lexington 40504, 278- 

0673. (502) 564-7990 
Eaves, James K., 104 Southwestern Pky. Louisville 40212, 

(9-28-76) 778-0137. 581-5796 
Ebel. Jack. Davis Hall (Transylvania). Lexington 40508, 
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Edwards. Ernest (Camp), 8503 Saberdee Drive, Louisville 

40222, 426-3811. 584-0181 Ext. 225 
Edwards, Wayne D., 118 Avery Drive, Greensburg 42743, 

932-4960 932-4406 
Elklns. E. P. Jr., 424 New York Street, Huntington, W. Va. 

25704, 429-2420 
Elliott, Michael C Rt. 3, Springfield 40069, 336-7543, 336- 

3681 
Etienne, Donald H.. Magnet, Ind. 47555, 812-843-5265, 812- 

547-2316 
Evans, Lewis. Rt. 2, Morgantown 42261, 526-4310, 526-3730 
Everly, Pliyllis, Rt. 2, Central City 42330, 754-2304, 476-8775 
Farley, Jimmy. 120 Lyrmwood Drive, Lancaster 40444, 792- 

4874 
Faulk. Terry W.. Box 162, Clay 42404, (502) 664-2391, (502) 

664-2227 
Featherstone. Jerry. 203 Parker Street, Mayfield 42066, 247- 

7448, 247-3553 
Featherstone, John E., 3416 Kramers Lane #39, Louisville 

40216. 448-1483, 367-3011 
Feger, George, 2602 Mt. Vernon Ct., Louisville 40220, 451- 

4190. 968-3361 
Feher. Al. Box 746. Lynch 40855. 848-2547, 848-5431 Ext. 25 
Fields. Jerry W.. R. R. 1. Maysville 41056, 883-3233, 564-2592 
Feltner, Dannv, R. R. 2, Box 151-A, Hazard 41701, 436-5152. 

436-3155 
Fille. Michael. Box 205, Flemingsburg 41041, 849-4367, 845- 

9331 
Flesch, Jerry. 3113 Lawrence, Ft. Mitchell 41017, 341-8223, 

684-2176 
Floyd. Richard L.. R. R. 2, Bagdad 40003, 747-8751, 564-7647 
Flynn. Robert D., 428 McKenna Court, Lexington 40505, 

299-5902 278-9319 
Flynn. Steve. R. R. 2, Box 344, Somerset 42501, 679-5201, 

679-4347 
Foster. Berryman. 927 Waverly Drive, Lexington 40505, 

255-7374 
Francis. William R., 1097 Pepper Drive, Madisonville 42431, 

821-0423. 821-5761 
Frazier. Mac. Box 88-A. Webster 40176, 547-4900, 547-2971 
Frey. William R.. 4318 Ripple Creek. Cold Springs 41071, 

781-2685. 431-1336 
Ftitz. John C. 3057 Dale Hollow. Lexington 40502, 272-4195, 

252-5604 
Fuell. William Patrick, Route 2. Box 253-A. Shpeherdsville 

40165. 957-2500. 778-6631 Ext. 242 

Gabbord. John P.. 1849 Arundel Drive. Lexington 40505, 

299-0350. 254-9383 
Gabbard. Raymond Jr.. 40 Jergens Lane, Hebron 41048, 

371-1088, 283-3191 
Gaddie, Gary. R. R. 1, Glendale 42740, 854-4144. 769-5537 
Gardner. Gary M.. Route 2. Munfordville 42765. 524-3316, 

862-3287 
Gentry. Dale J.. 4945 Determine Lane. Louisville 40216, 

447-5981, 585-5814 
Gilbert. Gerald L.. 426 Allen Drive, Vine Grove 40175, 

877-5094, 1-800-292-9420 
Gilkey, Danny M.. 402 S. Jessup Ave,. Hopkinsville 42240, 

885-3307. 886-3384 
Goode. Earl A., Rt. 3. Elizabethtown 42701, (502) 769-5454, 

1502) 765-6600 
Goodrich. Eugene A. 1600 East 9th, Hopkinsville 42240, 

885-5261. 821-6287 
Gordon. Roy T., 1701 Cherry Lane, Shelbwille 40065, 633- 

2558, 223-2719 (502) 
Gorham. Charles. Salvisa 40372, 865-4380, (502) 223-8211 
Gorrell, Howard, Box 33. Auburn 42206, (502) 542-6312, (502) 

542-4181 

Grant, Rick, 1504 Robin Hood Drive, Seymour Ind. 47274, 

812-522-6983 
Greathouse. Frank C.. Lewisport 42351. 295-3393, 683-1561 
Grefer. Thomas J.. 65 Gieger Ave., Bellevue 41073, 491- 

3219. 261-8655 
Gregg. Lonnie. R. R 2. Box 129. Falmouth 41040, 654-8312, 

654-3385 
Green. Donald P.. 832 Brand. Mayfield 42066, (502) 247- 

6038. (502) 247-6445 
Greene. Bert. P. O. Box 36, Olive Hill 41164, 286-4921, 286- 

2481 
Gribbins. Jerry G.. Route 1. Gravel Switch. 40328, 692-4258 
Grieme, William J.. 438 McAlpin Ave.. Erlanger 41018, 342- 

9758, 341-6931 
Griffin. Charles D., c/o Litton Ford. Box 325, Flemingsburg 

41041. 849-2321 (Bus.) 
Griffith. William. Rt. 1. Box 281. Olive Hill 41164, 286-2638, 

614-532-102U 
Grimes. Herman L., Salem 42078, 988-2193, 288-7562 
Groce, Raiph, Rt. 2, Albany 42602, 387-5459, 387-6416 or 6417 
Gunter, A. L. Jr., Star Rt. 5, Box 101-C, Prestonsbure 41653 

886-8468. 886-3834 
Gupton. Lawrence, P. O. Box 296, Greensburg 42743 932- 

7830, 384-3338 

Haas, Tom V., 10 Roas Place, Cold Springs 41076, 441-9570, 

261-2035 
Hall, Donald Wayne, Box 32, Kite 41828, 447-3525, 447-3522 
Hall. Michael. 1019 East Main, Greenup 41144, 473-5161, 

Hall. Tim. Box 223, Harold 41635, 478-9612, 432-2584 



Hamilton, Paul, Rt. 3, Box 436, Pikeville 41501, 432-8255, 

432-1248 
Hamm, Gerald (Jerry), 1354 Oliver Avenue, Bowling Green 

42101 781-8070, 843-9989 
Hampton, Doug, P. O. Box 367, Cynthiana 41031, 234-5776, 

234-1120 
Harp, David, R. R. 2, Pleasureville 40057, 878-4958, 585-3351 
Harper, James A., 131 Holmes Drive, Paducah 42001, 898- 

3492 
Harrison, Tim, 2303 Citation, Owensboro 42301, 683-1091, 

295-3411 
Hart, Peggy J., 417 McKenna Court, Lexington 40505, 299- 

6518, 299-6223 
Hatfield, Robert M., 9102 Split Rail Drive, Louisville 40272, 

935-1857, 366-9511 Ext. 614 
Hawkins, Stewart D., Box 122, Chaplin 40012, (502) 673-3436 
Hayes, James V. "Pete", 4422 Cameo Court, Louisville 

40219, 969-1920, 452-3927 

Heicken, Mary Y.. 303 Breckinridge Ln.. Louisville 40207, 

897-5647. 447-5632 
Henry, Daniel T., 30 Ann Street, Florence 41042, 371-8598, 

371-5642 
Henson, Don R.. Smithland 42081, 928-2047, 988-3263 
Henson, Tony G., Rt. 6, Mayfield 42066, 658-3126, 247-4536 
Herald, Thomas A., 845 Linden Avenue, Newport 41071, 

431-5988 
Hickey, Tom, 3009 Decoursey Avenue, Covington 41015, 

291-1708 
Hicks, Floyd, 43 New Uri Drive, Florence 41042, 371-6279, 

772-1400 
Hicks. Steven E., 3645 Windward Way, Louisville 40220, 

456-1896. 452-5578 
Higdon, Sam, Route 2, Fancv Farm 42039, 623-8303, 247-6730 
Hill, Daniel K., 479 Laketower Drive #203, Lexington 40502, 

269-7270 
Hill, Sue. 1548 Longfield, Louisville 40215, 366-8932 
Hilton, Dudley, Box 475, Jackson 41339, 6S6-7941, 666-5322 
Hinton, Henry E., Ardmore Lane, Shelbyville 40065, 633- 

6481. 452-4032 or 3225 
Hiten. Mark, 551 Shoshoni Trail, Georgetown 40324, 863- 

3434, 863-4068 
Hoben, Mary Jane, 3404 Grandview Ave., Louisville 40207, 

895-1269 
Holmes, R. Eddie, 208 Nicholas Street, Princeton 42445, 

365-3312. 388-2289 - 2280 
Holt, Melvin R.. 1406 Johnson. Murray 42071, 753-9334, 762- 

2146 
Holt. Robert E.. Rt. 2. Box 188, Crofton 42217, 269-2577, 

886-5271 
Holt. Terrell W., 1821 Dalna Drive, Lexington 40505. 299- 

5812, 254-8031 
Holthouser, Richard. 3104 Commander Drive, Louisville 

40220, 451-4138, 366-9561 

Hook, Don. Rt. 1. Cunningham 42035. 642-2513, 442-1642 
Hopkins. Douglas Mark, P. O. Box 1062, Harlan 40831. 573- 

3796 
Houk. Jackie, Rt. 1, Glendale 42740, 737-8487. 765-2364 
Houp, Charles W., 514 Pin Oak, Nicholasville 40356, 885- 

6692 
Hourigan. James, 4447 Southern Pkwy. Apt. #1, Louisville 

361-8152 

Howard, James D. Box 197, Loyall 40854, 573-4752, 573- 

4520 Ext. 217 
Howard, Stephen A.. Box 976, Harlan 40831, 573-2387, 549- 

2030 
Hughes, Rufus L.. Box 282. Whitley City 42653, 376-2979, 

376-9788 
Hummel, Thomas, 235 E. 5th Street, Newport 41071, 791- 

9184. 793-1811 or 791-1680 
Hunt. Leonard. 1303 Gainesway Drive, Lexington 40502, 

272-6095. 253-3441 
Hunt. William Gordon. 266 S. Highland, Winchester 40391, 

744-9215. 744-6000 Dept. 20 
Hyland, Frank Dixon (Dick). 313 Webster Street P. O. Box 

465, South Webster 45682. (614) 778-3325. (614) 353-1181 
Isaacs. Barbara Ann. 2113 Lakeside Drive. Lexington 40502, 

269-4048, 269-3307 
Jackson. Dennis. 1345 North 10th. Paducah 42001, 442-0867, 

443-5177 
Jackson. Randall. Rt. 4. 109, Paducah 42001, 898-7159, 443- 

8434 
Jaggers. John C. P. O. Box 228, Princeton 42445, 365- 

3196, 365-2217 
Jansen. Jean. Rt. 2. Box 256. Shepherdsville 40165. 957-6159 
Jeffers. Steve. 117 School Street Barbourville 40906, 546- 

5415. 546-5101 
Jenne, Michael. 3520 Fountain Dr. #2, Louisville 40218, 

451-9667 
Johnson. Frank James. Box 251, Guthrie 42234, 485-2344, 

645-6471 Ext. 371 
Johnson. Gayle W., R. R. 2, Box 30, Crestwood 40014, 241- 

1357, 222-1451 
Johnson. Harry B.. Rt. 4. Groggis Ferry Road, Nicholasville 

40356. 885-4009. 272-4702 
Johnson. Jerrv Lee. 204 Shawnee Trail, Georgetown 40324, 

863-0333, 232-3754 
Johnson, Jim, 174 Pine Hurst, Frankfort 40601, 223-2822, 

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Johnson. John L., Rt. 1, Box 551, Clintwood Va. 24228. 

1703) 835-8203, (703) 865-5126 
Johnson, W. Lynn, P. O. Box 329, Morehead 40351, 784- 

5393, 845-2551 
Jones, Alexander Jr.. 12007 Luray Court, Louisville 40223, 

425-5780. 893-3641 
Jones, Denver "Smokey", P. O. Box 33, Viber 41774, 439- 

1812. 436-5796 
Jones. Frank. Rt. 5, Box 502. Manchester 40962, 598-3952. 

598-2142 
Kazunas. Gerald L., 2025 Lauderdale Road, Louisville 40205, 

454-5462, 426-2000 Ext. 277 
Keatley, James H.. Box 47-F. Rt. 2, Delbarton, W. Va. 25670, 

304-475-3592, 304-426-4401 
Keeling. Reuben. 175 Augusta St., Box 2462, Paducah 42001, 

554-4013 
Keene, Phillip Mark, Rt. 1, Box 16, Mouthcard 41548, 835- 

4442, 703-2140 or 4400 
Keller. Jack. 2240 West Wood N. Blvd. Apt. A-22. Cincin- 
nati 45225. 481-7405 
Kelley, Larry. Owenton 40359, 484-2492 
Kemper. Nancy B.. 374 Stratford Drive, Lexington 40503, 

278-4320, 278-5407 
Kincer. Larv Dougles. Box 216. Neon 41840, 855-4702, 855- 

7597 
King. David L.. 4678-D Prichard PI., Ft. Knox 40121, 942- 

2809, 624-4219 
King. James A.. 5000 Clarmar Road, Jefferson Road. Jeffer- 

sontown. 40299. 499-1015. 778-2791 
Kirk. Walter C Rt. 1. Box 231. Ashland 41101. 928-9402, 

324-1882 
Kirkland, Keith. Rt. 3. Box 236. Flemingsburg 41041, 845- 

5381. 564-3393 
Kleitz. Robert E.. 9407 Donerail Way. Valley Station 40272, 

935-2742. 362-4363 
Korb. Danny. Rt. 2, Box 69. Dawson Springs 42408, 797-8533 
Kouns. Darryle L.. 2500 Hilton Ave.. Ashland 41101, 325- 

1578. 697-2485 
Kouns. Robert, Box 582. South Shore 41175, 932-4540, 473- 

9812 
Kristof, David A.. 5598 Clearidge Lane, Cincinnati 45239, 

385-2930, 371-8056 
Lane. Diana S.. 515 Garden Springs Dr., Mt. Sterling 40353, 

498-0035, 498-5517 
Lane. Leon. 1424 Berrv Blvd.. Louisville 40215. 366-5157, 

426-2000 
Larkin, John Arnold. Rt. 3. Box 219, Eubank 42567, 379- 

2223. 678-4405 
LaRue. William D Jr.. P. O. Box 63, Salem 42078, 988-3188, 

388-7562 
Lashley. Daniel. 917 Montavesta Circle. Lexington 40502, 

266-3869. 266-3869 
Lathram. Billy D.. Rt. 3, Box 255. Clinton 42031. 653-4190. 

653-5521 
Lawson. Sam. 303 Wilderness Road, Glasgow 42141, 651- 

6022. 651-6781 
Lawson. Sonny. P. O. Box 34. Artemus 40903. 546-5319. 546- 

3149 
Layne. Bert. Box 13. Manton 41648, 358-3111. 358-9543 
Layne. Malcom. Ivel 41642. 478-5970 
Leber. Jerry. Rt. 7. Clays Ferry. Richmond 40475. 623- 

7624. 622-2236 
Lee, Charles J.. P. O Box 57, Willlamsbvirg 40769, 549- 

3766, 528-5851 
Lee, David. 6810 Dartmoor Drive, Louisville 40222, 425- 

3863. 258-2473 
Lee. Donald H , Rt. 1. Box 86, Leitchfield 42754, 242-7697, 

259-4078 
Lefevers. Colman Jr.. Box 13, Kettle Island 40958, 337-3808, 

337-3271 
Letcher. Ronnie, R. R. 2, Carlisle 40511. 289-2208 
Liedtke. Joseph. 6805 Moorhaven Drive. Louisville 40228., 

239-1606. 368-5831 
LiKgett. Ernie. 46 Home Street. Newport 41071. 491-8061, 

491-8061 
Listerman. Michael L.. 18 Trinity Place, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-3773, 441-1301 
Litsey. Charles E., 405 N. 1st Street. Bardstown 40004, 384- 

2001. 384-3464 
Lofton. Charles A . Rt. 1. Calvert 42029, 395-7379, 527-8688 
Long. Bill. 1729 HoUey Street. Bowling Green 42101. 842- 

7546. 781- 3714 
Loperfido. Richard O.. 209 West Main Street, Greenup 

41144. 473-6594. 473-9833 
Lusby. George. 615 Pueblo Trail, Georgetown 40324, 863- 

1440. 863-3805 
Lucas, Robert Freddie. Rt. 2. Cecilia 42724. 862-4743 
Luttrell. Daisey Mae. Rt. 1. Box 326 Dunnville 42528, 787- 

7458. 787-6761 

McAlister. Caswell, 1602 Jennifer Rd. #20, Lexington 40505, 

299-0795, 255-3612 Ext. 247 
McAlister. James A.. Riceville 13. Morehead 40351, 784- 

8074 
McAnally. Thomas. 4117 Wooded Way, Louisville 40219, 
968-2026, 447-3442 
McCarley. John W. Route 2. Edmonton 42129, 432-6012, 432- 

2481 
McCarthy. 170 Poplar Ridge Rd., Alexandria 41001, 535- 

9038. 581-4422 



McClue, Jryy, 1857 Courtland, Lexington 40505, 299-5465, 

293-1812 
McFarland, Donnie. South Ninth Street, Williamsburg 

40769, 549-0146, 549-4953 
McGintl. L. V. Jr.. 3927 Primrose Place, Paducah 42001, 

442-8080, 442-8050 
McGuffin, Artie, Douglas Keen, Room 110, WKU, Bowling 

Green 42101, 748-5578 
McKay, IV Patrick J., 217 Bridge Street, Maysville 41056. 

564-3675, 564-3139 
McKenzie, Dwight E., 1327 Grandview Drive, Ashland 

41101, 325-7081, 696-5645 
McKenzie, Jim. 3234 Ridgeway Drive, Ashland 41101. 324- 

7905, 325-1414 
McMain, James A.. 3420 Terrace Drive, Erlanger 41018, 

341-8797, 371-5201 
McMiUin, Larry L., Rt. 3. Box 71. Crestwood, 40014, 241- 

8998, 222-9461 
McNeill Barney, Route 2, Bardwell 42023, 628-3860, 628-3434 
McPeek, Roger C, Box 193, Virgie 41572 639-6902, 639-4415 
McPike, Ray S. Jr., 629 S. Fourth Street, Louisville 40202. 

451-3832, 585-2832 
McPherson. Lanny. Route 4. Russellville 42276. 726-6759 
McReynoIds. Don. 232 Mills Avenue, Flemingsburg 41041, 

845-0231. 845-9331 
Maddin. William. Sassafras 41759. 476-8051 
Madon. Robert L.. 314 Catalpa Street, Pineville 40977, 337- 

2135, 337-2333 
Marquart. Jerome. 10410 Natl. Trn. Pk.. Fairdale 40118. 368- 

2269. 426-5030 
Marlow. Charles. Bradfordsville 40009, 337-3617 
Matthews, Arthur E. Rt. 2, Box 44-AA, Robards, 42452, 

521-7182, 826-6211 
Matthews, Robert W.. Shire Lane Estates, Lot 12, Bowling 

Green 42101. 781-5029. 842-1674 
Maxey, Michael. Symbol 40764. 864-9290. 864-5131 
Mayer. Michael. Rt. 8. Box 59 CCR. Ricimiond 40475. 623- 

0136 
Maxwell. Michael. Rt. 2. Russellville 42276, 542-4343 
Maynard, James H.. Box 292. Inez 41224, 298-3848, 298-3288 
Mefford. Randy. 201 Sunnyside Drive. Mt. Washington 

40047 538-7218 543-4592 
Meredith'. Eric. Rt. 3, Elizabethtown 42701. 862-4948 
Meredith. Wilmoth (Billy), 5219 Matterhorn Drive, Louis- 
ville 40216. 447-0449 
Meyer. Ray F.. 3142 Rosina, Covington 41015. 261-3272. 342- 

7522 
Middleton. John. 209 Leimaur Drive. Richmond 40475. 623- 

1682. 623-6373 
Miller. George L.. Rt. 7. Box 186. Elizabethtown 42701, 737- 

5141, 737-1007 
Miller. Harold P., 103 E. 24th Street. Benton 42025, 527- 

8749, 395-7121 Ext. 2363 
Mills. Lawrence. 112 Allison Avenue, Barbourville 40906, 

546-3544. 546-3440 
Mitchell, Charles Rickev. 742 Brockton, Richmond 40475. 

625-5203. 622-2996 
Moore. Marvin 1011 Christian Street, Morehead 40351, 784- 

6467, 784-4153 
Moore, N. Dean. P. O. Box 296. Guthrie 42234, 483-2683. 

483-2458 
Moore. Robert. 441 Forest Avenue. Erlanger 41018, 342- 

6942, 793-6610 
Morris, E. C. 153 Raintree Road. Florence 41042, 371-9496, 

727-2333 
Morris, J. C, Pendleton 40055, 502-255-3657, 502-255-3657 
Morris, Larry G., Box 1331, Rt. #2, Hawesville 42348, 927- 

6045 
Morrison, Daniel, 500 Nutwood Avenue, Bowling Green 

42101. 843-9633. 843-9633 
Moser. Rudy C, Box 282. Sebree 42455. 835-2532 
Motley, Bobby, 193 Riverside Drive, West Liberty 41472. 

743-3231 725-4791 
Mullins, Glenn E.. Box 79. Amburgey 41801, 642-3848 
Mullinix. Rav. Lvnnview Drive. Albany 42602, 387-6558, 

502-433-7191 
Mullins, William B., 500 Laketower Drive, Lot 11, Lex- 
ington 40502, 266-3509, 255-3641 
Munninghoff, Lance, 161 Steelman Avenue, Highland Hgts. 

41076. 441-9329. 721-4787 
Murdach. Leslie. 965 Homestead Trail, Henderson 42420, 

827-4133, 827-9874 
Murphy, Michael P.. 2913 Pindell Avenue, Louisville 40217, 

637-7205 
Murphy, Rov Frederick, Rt. 1, Box 284, Grayson 41143, 

474-5987. 474-5714. 474-4467 
Murphy. Wanda, Rt. 6. Box 8-A. Somerset 42501. 679-2798 
Murt. Gene T.. 1106 Yarbro Lane. Paducah 42001. 443-7950 
Nash. Howard, Route 4, Box 70. Russellville 42276. 726-9402 
Neelv. Jim R., 333 Sioux Trail— Indian Hills, Somerset 

42501, 679-5616, 679-1188 
Newton, Dennis W., 6002 Athens Drive, Louisville 40219. 

969-4793 
Nickerson. Bruce. Box 23309. Anchorage 40223. 245-4171 
Nielsen. Pat. 2900 Sigyle Drive. Lexington 40502. 272-2183. 

885-4849 
Noble. Gary. Rt. 2. Box 147, Booneville 41314, 593-6246, 593- 

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Noe. .Tames W., Shennandoah Sq. Apts., Bldg. 6855, Apt. 11, 

Florence 41042. 525-7812, Bus. 283-3434 
Norment. William B.. 238 Cardinal Lane, Henderson 42420, 

502-827-9028, 502-827-5353 
Oak. Jerry, Route 1, Bedford 40006, 502-255-7502, 633-3550 
O'Brien, Bo, B37 Margot, Elizabethtown 42701, 765-7604, 351- 

3167 
Oldham. John H.. Box 254-EE. Prospect 40059, 228-1698, 

584-2373 
Owens, Bruce E.. P. O. Box 917, Harlan 40831, 573-3419, 

573-1661 
Owings. Hank, 4210 Retreat Road, Louisville 40219, 969-5297 
Owsley, Bob A.. Box 257, Worthington 41183, 836-6135 
Pace. Donald, 3087 Cleveland Pike, Lexington 40511, 293- 

0181. 255-0398 
Patton. William R., Box 4, Brown Street, Berea 40403, 986- 

4375 
Pearson, William M.. 335 Berry Avenue, Bellevue 41031, 

431-7696, 321-7094 
Peden III. Harlan C, 2611 Kenwood Drive, Hopkinsville 

42240, 885-4238, 886-4459 
Pedigo. Albert M.. 317 E. So. Side Court, Louisville 40214, 

368-1283, 459-550 Ext. 247 
Pelphrey. Joe D., Box 252, West Prestonsburg 41668, 886- 

6265. 886-2475 
Pelphrey, Paul L., #21. White's Trailer Park, Morehead 

40351. 784-5740, 886-6324 
Pence, William Jerry, 109 Gregory, Elizabethtown 42701, 

737-8152, 765-6402 
Pennell, Donald G., Rt. 2, Box 28, Jenkins 41537, 832-2565, 

339-2832 
Penner. Daniel. 219 Churchill Park, Louisville 40220. 459- 

01.34. 582-2447 
Perrv. Charles E.. 712 Lakeshore Drive, 'Villa Hills 41016, 

341-9558, 342-6696 
Perry, James E.. Rt. 6, Box 90, Paducah 42001. 554-2945, 

444-7251 Ext. 69 
Perry. Robert T., 437 Severn Way, Lexington 40503, 277- 

5600. 254-6402 
Phelps. Rav, Box 451, Russell 41169, 836-6646, 739-4183 
Phillippi. Jack, 3817 Feather Lane, Elsmere 41018, 342- 

7162. 333-0080 
Phillips, Cceburn, R. R. 1. Box 251, Hazard 41701, 436-6879 
Phillips. Harold. 210 Gay Street, Glasgow 42141, 651-9641, 

651-5196 
Phillips, Thomas M,. Route 2, Box 457, Pikeville 41501, 639- 

4152. 432-3380 
Philon, Edell. 604 W. Broadway, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

3880, 502-968-0276 
Phipps, Dannie L., P. O. Box 29, Hazel Green 41332, 662- 

4721, 743-3195 (Wife) 
Pickrell, Gerald, 499 Whispering Hills, Lexington 40503, 

272-7171, 272-1611 

Piercefield. Dan, Box 442, Rt. 5, Benton 42025, 354-8726, 

354-8157 
Plummer. William B., Rt. 1, Box 104H, Greenup 41144, 

.473-6289, 329-7857 
Poe. Thomas E. (Buddie). Rt. 2. Calvert City 42029, 395- 

7595, 527-8671 
Powell, Sallie. Box 81, Rt. 2, Rineyville 40162, 737-2356, 

377-5181 
Purvis. Fred, Rt. 3, Box 106, Campbellsville 42718, 415- 

.6725, 465-5968 
Quillen Tim Box 29, Millstone 41838, 866-4455 
Quisenberry. James M., 1609 Gardner Lane, Louisville 

40205, 458-3451, 366-0940 
Racke, Jerry William, 111 Orchard Lane, Alexandria 41001, 

635-2446, 635-2191 
Radjunas, Ed. 4734 Nottingham Court, Ashland 41101. 324- 

1843, 325-8586 
Radiunas, John B.. Rt. 4, Box 'V19, Crestwood 40014 502- 

241-4751. 502- 222-9463 
Rainey. Gary G.. Route 1, Salt Lick 40371, 683-2821, 674- 

6325 
Ranlolph, Woody, 136 Jefferson Avenue, Danville 40422, 

236-2492, 272-3311 
Raybourne, Pat, 616 Cardiff Lane, Lexington 40503, 277- 

1618 
Raymer, Don L., Rt. 2, Hillcrest Road, Bowling Green 

42101. 781-2076, 843-9041 
Reader, Robert N., 5802 Alandale. Louisville 40272 935- 

6296. 772-3661 
Redle, Joe E., 6003 Applegate Lane, Louisville 40219, 969- 

7276, 452-4902 
Reed II. Thomas D , 113 Jones Avenue, Bardstown 40004 

348-5288, 348-5913 
Reeves, Curtis R.. 416 Valleybrook Dr.. Danville 40422 

236-1819, 236-9400 Ext. 301 
Reffitt. Tommy E.. R. R. 1, Ridgeway, OwingsviUe 40360, 

674-6535, 498-2660 
Revis. David G.. 309 Summit Drive, Campbellsville 42718 

465-2385 
Rhodos. Cecil. Box 291. Barbourville 40906. 546-4777 
Rich, Brenton Lee. 1308 Kentucky Street. Bowling Green 

42101, 842-6990 
Rich, Dennis W . 715 Lakeshore Drive, 'Villa Hills 41011 

341-1818. 371-8575 
Ringstatf, Roy G.. R. R. 2. Box 44A, Burns 42028, 988-3183, 

395-4151 



Rogers, Carlie David, Box 79, Hustonville 40437, 346-2232 
Rogers, Gary Lee, R. R. 1, Box 54, Blackey 41804, 633- 

7975, 633-2168 
Rogers, Rufus B., 5571-B Hiers, Ft. Knox 40121, 624-1966, 

624-3955 
Rouse, Thomas L., 352 Redding Road #13, Lexington 40502, 

272-8837 
Rowland, Bill, 736 Burlington Pike, Florence 41042, 371- 

1584, 371-4676 
Runyon, Tommy D., Box 181, Belfry 41514, 353-4935, 432- 

2733 
Russell, Clem, 1614 Fernwood Avenue, Louisville 40205, 

451-4171, 367-6411 
Salyer, Henry E., 5602 Spicewood Lane, Louisville 40219 
Schell, Jerry, 218 Jesselin, Lexington 40503, 278-4445, 277- 

3737 
Schneider, Don, 5697 Biscayne Avenue, Cincinnati 45211, 

574-2898, 421-1000 Ext. 609 
Shake, Kenneth L., 8321 Cedar Creek Road, Louisville 

40291 239-0613 
Shaw, Earl, 121 Hagan Court, Lancaster 40444, 792-2370, 

792-3018 
Shearer, Robert L. (Bob), 586 Charlemagne Blvd., Eliza- 
bethtown 42701, 765-4254, 769-3381 
Shepherd, Oakie, 755 N. Kite #4, Louisville 40206, 895- 

6250, 458-6300 
Shinbaum, Ralph M., 1828 Fawn Drive, Owensboro 42301, 

G84-7677, 683-2401 
Shipp, David E., 133 Hartney Avenue, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-1163 
Shuck, Thomas G. 2073 Williamsburg, Lexington 40504, 

277-8780. 252-4486 
Sims. Roy V., Route 1, Ledbetter, 42058, 898-7403, 443-6210 
Skaggs, Bobby L., 619 Old State Road, Brandenburg 40108, 

422-2492, 422-3363 

Smallwood. Talmadge, R. R. 2, Box 618, Stanton 40380, 

663-2096, 663-2544 
Smith, Benny, Rt. 3, Box 5, Manchester 40962, 598-6954, 

598-9934 
Smith, Charles Louis, 113 N. Hamilton Avenue. George- 
town 40324. 863-1320, 863-2180 
Smith, Gary, 828% Kentucky Avenue, Pineville 40977, 

337-9584, 337-3512 
Smith, James B., 211 S. 1st. Street, Bardstown 40004, 502- 

348-5402, 502-348-8700 
Smith, Rod, 922 Belvoir Drive, Frankfort 40601, 502-223- 

2119 
Smith, Ronald A., 561 Lisa Drive, Lexington 40505, 299- 

9688- 255-5661 Ext. 279 
Smith, Virginia Lee, Route 1, Box 233A, Baxter 40806, 

573-2488, 573-4900 
Smith, William E., 4122 St. John's Terrace, Cincinnati 

45236. 513-791-3082, 513-745-3504 
Smith ,WilIard N., P. O. Box 23, Campbellsville 42718, 

502-465-5339, 502-384-4771 
Sowder, Bill D., Dt. 1, Box 306, Mt. Vernon 40456, 256- 

2282, 256-2172 
Sparrow, John A.. 172 Castle Hgts. Harrodsburg 40330, 

734-7913, 734-3388 
Spicer, David I., 127 Morehead Street, Central City 42330, 

754-1379 
Spoonamore, Jim, 111 Pettus Court, Stanford 40484, 365- 

2348, 232-2687 
Spratling, Obie, 416 N. Lodsdon Parkway, Radcliff 40160, 

351-9482, 624-1246 
Stacy, Donnie R., Hwy. 15 North, Bonnyman 41719, 436- 

6209 
Stark. Allan D.. R. R. 2, Bedford 40006, 255-7311, 347-9981 
Stephen, Harry, 1612 Hawthorne Lane Lexington 40505, 

299-1757, 233-8221 
Stevenson, Marcus B., Rt. 1, Elmwood Drive, Mt. Sterling 

40353, 498-3740, 498-2660 
Stevenson. M. G., Cresent Drive, Russellville 42276, 726- 

9453 726-9531 
Stethen,' James E., Box 134, Bedford 40006, 255-3285, 812- 

265-4714 (Madison, Ind.) 
Stevens, Irvine S., 4804 Hummingbird Cr. Louisville 40213, 

968-5575, 935-2619 
Stewart, Sandra K., R. R. 2, Box 52, Grayson 41143, 474- 

5546 

Stikeleather, Clyde L., 730 School Street, Leitchfield 42754, 

259-3885, 259-3161 
Stoker, Steven B.. 674 Belleview Road, Burlington 41005, 

586-7290. 684-3517 
Stokes. Tommy G., Box 264, Sacramento 42372, 502-736- 

2956 
Stone, Myra Neal, Box 224. Clav City 40312, 663-2924 
Stone. Sidney P., 318 East Waller Street, Morganfield 

42437, 389-3962, 389-1531 
Stovall. Catherine, 2136 Glenworth Avenue, Louisville 

40218. 451-6781 
Stovall. Tom 215 Mellwood Drive, Greenville 42345, 338- 

5828. 338-3550 
Strain. Richard P., P.O. Box 472, Ralcliff 40160, 351-4036, 

624-2214 
Straus. William W.. 121 Todd Road, Apt. 47, Lexington 

40509, 269-4787, 255-4710 

(Continued in November Athlete) 



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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIX— No. 3 



November, 1976 



$1.00 Per Year 



1976 CROSS COUNTRY MEETS 



The official State High School Cross Country 
Championship Meets for both boys and girls in 
Classes A and AA were held at the University of 
Kentucky, Lexington, and the Class AAA was 
held at Bellarmine College, Louisville, on October 
30, 1976. Mr. Tommy Starns managed the A and 
AA in Lexington and Mr. Robert Pfaadt and Ken 
Combs managed the Class AAA. 

Individual winners in each class were as fol- 
lows: A — Ed Narramore of Jenkins High School, 
Karen Porter of Owen County High School; AA — 
Eric Grumbach of Paducah Tilghman High School. 
Kathleen Beumel of Apollo High School. 

Team, scores in Class A were as follows: 
BOYS — Somerset, 85; St. Henry, 102; Jenkins, 
105; University Breckinridge, 147; Muhlenberg 
Central, 160; Bishop Brossart, 169; Model, 189; 
Sheldon Clark, 190; Trigg County, 198; Grant 
County, 253; Providence, 256; LaRue County, 280; 
Kentucky Country Day, 326; Hancock County, 384; 
Lee County, 391, Mason County, 391. 

The order in which the first ten rurmers in 
Class A finished is given below, including the 
times: 

1. BOYS — Ed Narramore, Jenkins (10:09); 

2. Lloyd Raines, University Breckinridge (10-14); 

3. Jeff Adams, Jenkins (10:16); 4. David Kiser. 
West Carter (10:31); 5. Tim Back, University 
Breckinridge (10:34); 6. Paul DePriest, Jenkins 
(10:37); 7. Dave Wallace, Providence (10:42); 8. 
Robert Heise, Bellevue (10:43); 9. Fenlon Dawson. 
Trigg County (10:44); 10. James Arnold, Owen 
County (10:47). 

Team scores in Class A were as follows: 
GIRLS — Lexington Catholic, 32; Providence, 42; 
Menifee County. 88; West Hardin, 104; Bellevue, 
104; Somerset, 120. 

The order in which the first ten runners in 
Class A finished is given below, including the 
times: 

1. GIRLS — Karen Porter, Owen County 
(10:02). 2. Kathy Warren, Lexington Catholic 
(10:06); 3. Becka Creamer, Model (10:10); 4. Liz 

Daut. Lexington Cathohc (10:15); 5. Robin Hicks, 
Providence (10:17); 6. Nanette Weme, Lexington 
Catholic (10:19); 7. Kim King, Providence (10:20); 
8. Paula Artman, Providence (10:26); 9. Rose Bur- 
gin, West Hardin (10:32); 10. Brenda Walker, 
Menifee County (10:33). 

Team scores in Class AA were as follows: 
BOYS — Pulaski County, 57; Paducah Tilghman, 
80; Owensboro, 81; Newport Catholic, 142; t)aviess 
County, 147; Lloyd, 162; Tates Creek, 162; Bryan 
Station, 191; Danville, 214; Oldham County, 249; 
North Hardin, 250; Johnson Central, 376; Adair 
County 379; Hopkinsville, 389; Russell, 417; Meade 
County, 454. 

The order in which the first ten runners in 



Class AA finished is given below, including the 
times: 

1. BOYS — Eric Grumbach, Paducah Tilghman 
(10:22); 2. BiU Gautier, Henderson County (10:25); 
3. Matt Payne, Apollo (10:27); 4. Charles Thomas, 
Henry Clay (10:29); 5. Todd Murphy, Dixie Heights 
(10:30); 6. Flint Stites, Oldham County (10:35); 
7. Kendrick Mills, Daviess County (10:36); 8. 
Charles Taylor, Pulaski County (10:37); 9. Steve 
Cornelius, Pulaski County (10:38); 10. Jerry Bay- 
num, Lloyd (10:39). 

Team scores in Class AA were as follows: 
GIRLS - Daviess County, 48; Oldham County, 79; 
FrankUn County, 84; Highlands, 92; Owensboro, 
114; Dixie Heights, 155; Adair Countv, 208; Boyd 
County, 211; Henry Clay, 217; Clark County, 266; 
Pulaski County, 277; Knox Central, 316. 

The order in which the first ten runners in 
Class AA finished is given below, including the 
times: 

1. GIRLS — Kathleen Beumel, Apollo (9:13); 
2. Lori LinvUle, Daviess County (9:38); 3. Melody 
Wolfe, Holmes (9:40); 4. Debbie Siegmundt, High- 
lands (9:41); 5. Karen Horn, Franklin County 
(9:43); 6. Molly Dunn, Daviess County (9:45); 7. 
Deanna Davis, Oldham County (9:48); 8. Terri 
BoUng, Daviess County (9:51); 9. Sandy Reed. 
Johnson Central (9:53); 10. Lisa Littel, Owens- 
boro (9:54), 

(Class AAA results in December ATHLETE.) 



THE GAME GUY A\X/ARD 

The K. H. S. A. A. will continue the Game 
Guy Award. School representatives and registered 
officials ma.v make nominations for the award. 
The eligible person should be a pupil at the junior 
or senior high school level who has overcome 
great physicnl handicap in order to take part in 
athletics. Letters of recommendation should be 
addressed to "Game Guv Committee, K.H.S.A.A., 
P. O. Box 7502. Lexington. Kentucky 40502." Dead- 
line for the 1977 nomination is April 1. 



NEW ELIGIBILITY POSTERS 

New ehgibility posters have been mailed to all 
member schools of the Association. These posters 
should be conspicuously displayed on bulletin 
boards and in locker rooms as they give infor- 
mation to the boys in the school concerning certain 
important eligibility requirements. The placing of 
these posters and calling attention of the athletes 
lo the same will do much to acquaint the boys 
with some of the important eligibility requirements 
and hence, may save them committing acts during 
the year which would cause them to lose their 
eligibility. 



Page Two THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1976 

NOVEMBER, 1976 VOL. xxxiX-No. 4 National Federation Basketball Test 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Part II of the National Federation basketball 

o„- '^'"^'"Sv'' ."'^''«n''r°V^oJ;i!"n,^^'Q'n™ 7S02 examination will be given all over Kentucky on 

Office of Publication, 560 E, Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7ouz, ■»*■ i t-» t_ /> j. jir- ■ i i_ • i a 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 Monday, December 6, to officials who wish to 

' /, . . „ . , work for the Approved and Certified ratings. The 

Acctr.aScet%"n?kmnratnpecUi^rtte"'rf°pos?ag'^"p?o''^ examinations will be ^en by the Assigning Sec- 

ed for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized retaries m all regions. The Sites wiU be determined 

May 3, 1926. by the Assigning Secretaries. Officials registered 

Editor .— TOM MILLS with the K.H.S.A.A. for the first time this year 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL ^jj^j ^j^^ j^^.^^ j^q^. ^ggj^ registered previously in 

Assistant Editor DIATiNE H. CAINES ii. i. j. -a- i. i-..--i,i x 1 i 

Assistant Editor __ _ — LOUIS STOUT any Other state association, are not eligible to take 

Assistant Editor ._II -I-._.T_1I_-II"IIII" BILLY V. WISE the test for a higher rating. Those interested 

Lexington, Kentucky should advise the Assigning Secretary immediate- 

BOARD OF CONTROL ly since they will supervise the examination. 

President GEORGE E. SAUER (1974-1978) Louisville 

Vice-Pres. RAY STORY (1974-1978) Radcliff 

Directors __ Denval Barriaer (1975-1979), Bowling Green; 

Jack Burkich (1976-1980), Whitesburg; Eldon E. Davidson TRACK AND FTFT D 

(1973-1977), Monticello; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), ixv^v^i-v xix^i^ j. xx^x^i^ 

Louisville; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexington; Cecil .„ . t-vci- t-' i rv-r/' -tt c 

Reid (1973-1977), Symsonia; Paul Trimble (1976-1980), KulCS UlirerenCeS TOf ly/O-// beaSOn 

Paintsville. Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 

representative. j.j.j g^^ 1-2-2: Specifies that the race course 

Subscription Rale $1.00 per year ^^^ distances run around a curve on a 400 metre 

":; '~Z ; ~ track shall be measured 30 cm outward from the 

.^^/^ //e %y?u,u-ii/o,>e/<i UMce inner edge of the track (in lane one) when a 

^£_ raised curb is used and 20 cm when a painted 

line or any lane line is used. 
ATTENTION, PRINCIPAL! 1-2-3: Clarifies each lane shaU be marked so 

T> i>. rur J -oil... that the left hand boundary line is outside the 

KesultS Ot Keterendum Ballots runners lane, and the right hand boundary line 

At the request of several principals and in is within the lane, 
compliance with K.H.S.A.A. Constitution Article 2-2-2 and 7-2-7; Authorizes a finish tape of soft 

IX, Section 3, the Board of Control presented the breakable material not wider than 2 inches, 
following to member schools on October 5, 1976. 2-3-8 and 9-3-9: Removes "throwing the baton" 

IT .^^i", f^ l^' S^'=i'°" 2, No Spring Practice in f^m an individual unsportsmanlike act to a team 

Football, be changed to read: , Vu . u disqualification penalty. 

As of January 1, 1977, high schools that have oocTr^u • j i -j 

a football program will be allowed outof-season 3-3-5: If the course is round or oval, wind 

football practice beginning the Monday after the velocity is not considered when the distance of 

regional wrestling tournament and ending March ^he event mvolves one or more complete laps 

21 and may include no more than fifteen outdoor (circuits) or if around one curve, equal portions 

practice sessions " °^ ^^ rsx.^ are run on both straightaways (as in 

The proposal failed to receive the two-thirds ^he 330 yard intermediate hurdles), 
majority of all votes cast necessary for passage. 4-1-1: A "Finish Line Recorder" has been added 

There were ninety-eight yes votes cast and 134 to the suggested list of meet officials, 
no votes. Referendum ballots are kept on file 4-2-3: Referee will note and call aloud, for the 

for one year. benefit of each runner, the laps remeiining in 

individual races or relay lengths of three laps 

SEVENTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF or more. 

HIGH SCHOOL DIRECTORS 4-8-5: Measurements in the field events shall 

OF ATHLETICS '-'^ ^o the nearest lesser "A inch or centimeter, 

TViQ Go,,^„+K y<i^i\r.^^^ n^^f ^f Tj;„-u except in the case of the discus, javelin, or hammer 

Ihe Seventh National Conference of High thrnw<; Hi<:tanrp<5 <:hall hp rprorHed to the neare-st 

School Directors of Athletics will be held at the w "T inch o^lven cen^^^ 

Town and Country Hotel in San Diego, CaUfornia, Cesser inch or even centimeter. 
on December 12-15 1976 5-3-2: A competitor who competes with an 

The San Diego 'Conference will again feature illegal uniform shall be disqualified from that 

nationally known speakers and current, vital topics. event. 

An expanded workshop program is being planned 9-2-2: Authorizes the clerk, with the approval 

to provide more opportunity for athletic directors of the referee, to reduce the number of heats if 

to discuss programs in detail which relate to their the number of contestants to appear is not more 

specific school situations. In addition. Dr. Libor than the number of available lanes. 
Brom and Grant Teaff will make the keynote RULE 11 — ORDER OF EVENTS — NOTE: 

presentations at the Seventh National Conference The present order of running events shall be 

of High School Directors of Athletics. changed to the accepted metric distances in 1980. 

Lefty Gomez, a professional baseball legend, Schools building new, or refurbishing present track 

will provide entertainment at the Conference facilities, are encouraged to make accommodations 

Luncheon on December 13. Former UCLA basket- for metric races. 
ball coach, John Wooden, headlines the Manage- 
:nont Seminar program on Tuesday, December 14. OTHER EDITORIAL CHANGES were adapted 

In addition to the Conference Luncheon, two to improve or clarify: 
other outstanding meal functions are being plan- 1. The construction of the sector lines in the 

ned. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will discus (1-4-4). 

again host a breakfast on Tuesday, December 14. 2. An unsuccessful trial in the pole vault and 

The Conference Banquet that evening will be a high jump (10-3-2 and 10-4-3). 

Polynesian buffet with leis, Hawaiian music and 3. The final authority to rule on an appeal 

a floor show. (4-6-4 and 4-8-4). 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1976 



Page Three 



CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 




Karen Porter, Owen County High School, individual 
winner. Class A, Cross Country. 



1976-77 GIRLS GYMNASTICS 

Publication Corrections 

RULE BOOK: 

Page 10: 3-1-1: The height of the upper bar 
should be 7' 6-9/1&". 

Page 79: 5-4-4: The point value for the illus- 
tration should be 9.50. 

Page 86: 5-4-19: The diagram is incorrect. 

Page 87: 5-6-2,3,4,6: Add to aU of these articles 
as an On-Horse Deduction for each vault the 
following: "Arms bending in suppOTt. 1-5." 

Page 87: 5-6-2,3: Delete from these two articles 
as deduction under Repulsion, "Arms bending in 
support". 

Page 90: 5-5-9: Fall onto hips or stomach 
should be. 5. 

Page 90: 5-6-6: Change from Pre-Flight and 
list under On-Horse the following: "Arms com- 
pletely bent throughout the vault 2.5". 



Registered Wrestling Officials 
Of The K.H.S.A.A. — 1976-1977 

(List Compiled October 28) 
If the telephone number is given for an official, it 
Is the home phone number unless otherwise designated. 
If two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Aitken, Jr., Kenneth P., 632 Alfa Drive, Frankfort 40601, 

875-3987. 233-8201 
Atkins, Mike P., 114 South Kentucky Avenue, HopkinsviUe 

42240. 885-5054. 885-840S 
Barnes. Keith E., 2285-A Alexandria Dr., Lexington 40504, 

277-3183 
Bindner, Richard. 646 N. 24th St.. LouisviUe 40212, 776- 

5141, 363-1216 
Buchanan. John, 741 Greenwood Dr., Harrodsburg 40330, 

734-7439. 734-4195 
Buckley, Warren D., 1762 Blue Licks Rd., Lexington 40504, 

278-8083, 255-4461, Ext. 301 
Cline, Jack D., 122 Roan Road. Versailles 40383, 873-5045, 

695-2500 
Daniel, Robert D., Route #2, Robards 42452, 835-7791 



CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY 
Boys' Individual Champion 




Ed Narramere, Jenkins High School, individual winner. 
Class A, Cross Country. 



Davis. Jimmie F., Rt. #2, Box 185, Cecilia 42724, 862-3702, 

862-3924 
Deaton, Michael C, P.O. Box 161, Maysville 41056, Bus. 

564-4646 
Hardy, Thomas W., Box 598, Old State Rd., #3, Alexandria 

41001, 635-9001, 771-2728 . 
Hawkins, Walter L.. Rt. #1, Box 52 A, Clay 42404, 664- 

2815, 667-2661 
Hazuga, Larry, 2504 Pest Ct., Louisville 40299, 267-8426, 

267-8426 
Hillock, Steven W.. 130 Pandy St., Versailles 40383, 873- 

7430, 255-1461, Ext. 298 
Kearns, Darien, 781 Scherry Court, Independence 41051, 

365-5109 
Keeling, Ricky Joe, R. #1, Box 46, Windmill Park, Nich- 

olasville 40356, 887-1319 
Ladt, Charles A., P.O. Box 188, 102 2nd Street, Shepherds- 

viUe 40165, 543-7620, 543-7390 
Lineberry, Ted, 5111 Nancy Ave., Louisville 40216, 447-5075 
Lynch, Charlie, Rt. #6, Box 165, E-Town 42701, 737-5432, 

351-3167 
McNeal, Leonard J., 544 Crestview Lane, Morehead 40351, 

784-5782, 784-5624 
Mann, Larry V., 1948 Mellwood Ave., Louisville 40206, 

897-3959, 897-1583, Ext. 71 
Moyer, Charles R., 36 Maple Ave., Highland Hgts. 41076, 

441-0531 
Owens, Lewis F., 12224 Ledges Drive, Middletown 40243, 

254-7641, 426-8950 
Porter, Jim, Rt. #1, Box 448. Alexandria 41001, 635-9578 
Rankin, Kevin D., 352 S. Main, Versailles 40383, 873-8840 
Saindon Lee, 639 Maxwelton Ct., Lexington 40508. 254-6062 
Salyers, Don. 883 Rolin Drive, Erlanger 41018, 525-6694, 

371-5697 
Schofield, Dennis J., 33 Summit Ave., Fort Thomas 41075, 

441-1434, 441-3200 
Scholtz, Randolph, Rt. #2, Box 40, Danville 40422, 236- 

7186, 277-6161 
Sechrist. Gayle M., P.O. Box 161, Maysville 41056 
Smith, Joseph A., 258 T, Rt. #2. Radcliff 40160, 351-5507, 

624-5445 
Stovall, Gary, M.S.U., Box 7528, Murray 42071, 767-2929 
Skyes, Bill, 206 Cardinal Lane, Princeton 42445, 365-3300, 

365-5615 
Todd, Timothy D.. 1557 A March Lane, Henderson 42420, 

827-4885, 821-1600, Ext. 264 
Walls. Dennis. Mariann Tr. Pk. Lot 15, Princeton 42445, 

365-9871 
Warren. Dr. Lawrence A., 1161 Church Ave., Corydon 

47112, 738-3419, 738-2166 Ind. 
Weenolsen, Robert, 302 Lansing Ave., Louisville 40214, 

366-8200, 425-2541 
White. Thomas Scott, 191 Cypress Road, Versailles 40381, 

873-3401 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1976 



LEXINGTON CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY GIRLS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Fionl Row: Maiie Hermes, Cathleel Wassen, Nanette Weine, Eilee;n Vervon. Seconl Row, Coach 
Bob Burke, Cathy Bush, Marilyn Mudd, Liz Dant^ Coach Steve Jones. 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Basketball Officials 
(List Compiled October 20) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. 
If two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Acton. Claude J.. Route #3, Box 174B, Somerset 42501, 

379-6479, 379-2360 
Adams, Beverly, 110 Tahoma Road, Lexington 40503, 

278-0891 
Adkins, Leslie H., 550 Halifax Drive, Lexington 40503, 

278-4979 293-4234 
Allen, Doug, Box 405 Jackson 41339, 666-7483, 666-2357 
Allen, James F., Box 511, Loyall 40854, 573-1595, 573-1175 
Allen. Jeffery, Route #1, Vine Grove 40175, 828-3669, 

767-2243 
Allen. Thomas E.. 1210 Park Lane, Brandenburg 40108, 

422-4360 422-4931 
Allen, Yvon, Box 377. Hazard 41701. 378-2688. 378-2254 
Allnatt. Thomas. MEDDAC, Ireland Army Hospital, Ft. 

Knox 40121 
Anders. Raleigh A.. Route #7, Box 346, London 40741, 

864-4060. 528-3912 
Anderson. Ralph, Route #7, Box 144, Bowling Green 42010, 

563-4123. 781-2381 
Appling. Wayne, Route #2, Box 150A. Russellville 42276, 

542-4421 
Argento. Phil. 1749 Yorktown Road, Lexington 40504, 

277-8753, 255-4710 
Arnold, James R., 749 Honeysuckle Drive, Taylor Mill 

41015, 491-4091. 331-1220 
Ashurst. Michael Lee, Gen. Del., Wallins Creek 40873, 

664-3910. 664-3444 
Atkins. Wavne. 216 N. Broadway, Georgetown 40324, 863- 

0609. 863-0425 
Audas. Brent D.. Route #2. Walnut Grove, Dawson Springs 

42408, 797-2274. 821-4141 
Baird. Deborah A.. 320 Somerset Street, Stanford 40484, 

365-2409, 236-3150 
Baker. Glenn David, 131 Asbury Drive, Wilmore 40390, 

858-4149 
Bales, Patricia A., Box 79, Cumberland College, Williams- 
burg 40769. 549-9060 
Ball, Philip, P.O. Box 991, Middlesboro 40965, 248-4806, 

1-615-525-2004 
Ballard, J. W.. Route #3. Georgetown 40324, 863-3985, 

535-6286 
Banks, Judy C. Hueysville 41640, 358-9694 
Barbour. Ralph Barry, 3481 Bathurst Ct., Lexington 40503, 

278-0144 
Barker. Jeffery Charles, Box 45, Amburgey 41801, 642- 

3696. 436-3126 



Barrett, Glen. 4 Amarillo Drive, Florence 41042, 371-1323, 

283-3514 
Behnken, R. Randolph, 310 West Main Street, Leitchfield 

42754, 259-5062, 259-4828 
Belcher, Randy, Box 39, Commonwealth HaU, E.K.U., 

Richmond 40475, 625-2065, 299-5657 
Bell, Ronald K., 2510 Gardiner Lane, Louisville 40205, 

459-2716 
Bentley, Glen, Route #1, Mount Sterling 40353. 498-3048, 

498-5628 
Bentley. Lester, Box 435, Virgie 41572, 639-6560 
Bertsch, Ron. 113 Mooek Road. Southgate 41071, 581-5790, 

531-8422 
Bevins, Wally I., Box 205, Forest Hills 41527, 237-4611, 

237-1324 
Bibb, Ennis W., 11013 Lunenburg Court, Louisville 40223, 

426-3285, 582-8272 
Billips, Douglas Alan, 1671 Donelwai Drive, Lexington 

40505. 233-0153, 233-0604. Ext. 3013 
Blackburn. Libbv, Pikeville 41501, 437-9846, 456-3926 
Blair, Jeff, Boc 224, Hindman 41822, 785-5844 
Blankenship, Andrea K.. 400 West Maple, Nicholasville 

40356, 885-3576. 897-4634 
Bogar. Joseph D.. Box 37. Hardy 41531, 353-4540, 353-7760 
Bone, Gerald W., Rt. 5, #8 Copper Medallion Drive. 

Elizabethtown 42701, 737-6986, 769-3338 
Booth II, John T., P.O. Box 252, Carrollton 41008, 732-5517, 

732-4384 
Boyd, Charles. Rt. #3. Box 49. Cattlettsburg 41129, 739-4262 
Boyd, Jimmie. Rt. #4. Box 283A, Kevil 42053, 462-3842 
Branstetter, Charles. New Circle Drive, Horse Cave 42749, 

786-2032. 842-0261 
Brewer. Jerry. Bonnyman 41719. 436-6200. 436-3155 
Brewer, Lloyd, Combs 41729, 436-6672, 436-3155 
Bridges. Ralph L., 2424 Anne Drive, Henderson 42420, 

826-4038, 533-7311 
Brock, Kernos. Rt. #6, Box 60, Manchester 40962, 598-3920 
Brock, Terry M., 131% Holly Street, Pineville 40977, 337- 

2065, 337-5130 
Brockman, Thomas, 1814 Monroe Street, Covington 41014, 

261-9181 or 581-7578. 771-8910 
Brooks. Carl R., 402 Locust Street, Providence 42450, 667- 

5709, 965-3163 
Brooks, Steve. 305 Parkwood Place, Frankfort 40601, 223- 

0734. 227-2201 or 223-0565 
Brothers, Dottio, 5350 Westhall Avenue, Louisville 40214, 

368-5607 
Brown, Barry, 121 Ilhardt, ]sricholasvilIe< 40356, 885- 

6657, 252-4902 
Brown, E. C, Fair Street, Liberty 42539, 787-7275, 787-6561 
Brown. John Carl, P.O. Box 488, OUve Hill 41164, 286- 

2852, 286-2711 
Brown. Keith. R.R. #1, 3238 Briarwood Drive, Henderson 

42420, 827-5233 
Brown, Lyman D.. 2991 Clay Mora-Mi #25, Paducah 42001, 

442-6891, 443-5800 



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CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 




Kalhleen Beumel, Apollo High School, individual 
winner. Class AA, Cross Country. 



Brown, Rickie, 405 Skyline Drive, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-2275 
Brown, Ronnie, 205 Geri Lane, Richmond 40475, 624-1861 
Bryant, Billy Wayne, Lamero 40341, 453-4947 
Buerger, Timothy W., 406 Caldwell Drive, Elsmere 41018. 

342-6831 
Burchett, Wendell L., Box 242, Albany 42602, 387-6537 
Burgett, Charles, Concord Drive, White Plains 42464, 

676-3787, 821-1547 or 1548 
Burkhart, James, Wallins 40873, 664-2162, 573-5027 
Burton, Billy, P.O. Box 217, EddyviUe 42038, 338-9980, 

965-3308 
Butcher, "Bo" Granville, Williamsport 41271, 789-3619, 

589-2820 
Bystrek. Thomas C, Mudd Trailer Park, Lot #16, Spring- 
field 40069, Bus. 336-3797 
Camacho, Marcus, Box 934, Warsaw 41095, 567-2443, 567-5761 
Cantrell, Elizabeth J., 1022 East CoUins, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6647 
Carper, John D., Route #3, Box 339, Grayson 41143, 474- 

9121, 474-9121 
Carr, Larry, 323 Shelby Street, Brumley 41016, 261-2994, 

243-3639 
Carman, Coleman, Hardinsburg 40143, 756-5280, 756-5132 
Carter, Bill, Oakwood Estates, Stanford 40484, 365-2297, 

365-2644 
Cates. Bill. Box 12A, Rt. #1, Dixon 42409, 639-5684, 424-7741 
Cates, Rickey, RR #5, Box 81, Morganfield 42437, 333-5525 
Chattin, Ernie, 615-17th Street, Ashland 41101. 324-2665, 

325-8586-231 

Cheek, Alan B., 306 University Drive. Richmond 40475, 

624-1016 
Childers, Charles L., P.O. Box 2, Stanton 40380, 663-2791, 

563-5138 
Childers, James O., Box 194, Hindman 41822, 785-5765, 432- 

1396 
Chinn. Bill Jr., Rt. #1, Columbia 42728, 384-4264, 384-4264 
Chism, Harold E., 2220 Azalea Drive, Lexington 40504, 278- 

2271, 269-9088 
Clifford. Jimmy. 595 Navajo Trail, Georgetown 40324, 

863-0951. 863-0919 
Coffman, Steve, 911 Markham Lane, Louisville 40207, 

895-1815. 937-4088 
Cohen, Steven. 145 Malabu Drive #312, Lexington 40502. 

277-7561. 257-1497 

Collins, Ron, 2590 Old Buttermilk. Villa Hills 41016. 341- 

0578, 431-9964 
Collins, Terry J., UPO 795, Morehead 40351, 783-3147, 

783-3147 
Colliver, Gregory, Rt. #5, Mount Sterling 40353, 498-0153, 

258-2052 
Combs, Mike, Box 134, Hindman 41822, 285-3410 
Compton, Adolphus. 9807 Lancewood Road, Louisville 

40229, 969-2577 634-9441 
Cook, Preston, Essex Apts. #10, Campbellsville 42718. 

465-6426. 465-8389 
Cooksey, Marvin. 5905 Orville Drive, Louisville 40213. 

969-3585, 452-3346 
Cooper. John F., 512 East 3rd Street, Augusta 41002. 756- 

2373 



Copley. Sidney M.. Box 13, Red Jacket. W. Va.. 25692 

426-4545, 426-4480 
Cosby, Carel A., Fairfield, Ohio 45014, 895-7289 423-4491 
Cox, Ben W., 354 McDonald Drive, Versailles 40383 873- 

5198, 278-5656 
Cox, Clarence Chuck, 497 Hill-n-Dale Road. Lexington 

40503. 277-5441. 252-5825 
Cox. James M.. Rt. #1, Box 72, Ashland 41101, 928-9827 
Cox, Ken, 2184 Lansill Road, Lexington 40504. 278-2305 

299-2213 
Cox, Rufus A., P.O. Box 237. Madisonville 42431, 821-2692. 

338-2776 
Coy, Charlie, Boston 40107 
Cravens. Robert L.. Jr.. 5907 Dell Rose Drive. Louisville 

40258, 448-0621 
Crawford, Neal, Box 286, Sturgis 42459, 333-2730, 333-2155 
Creekmore. MiUord Burl, P.O. Box 368, Pine Knot 42635 

354-2846, 354-2171 
Crittendon, David, 177 Tice Road, Mayfield 42066. 247-8247 

247-7183 
Cromer. Daniel B., 3529 St. Germaine Court, Louisville 

40207. 895-4945 
Cross. Keith, 362 B Dixie Highway. Muldraugh 40155, 

942-3625. 942-2723 
Crouse. James W.. 509 East Main. Providence 42450, 667-7156 
Crume, Jane B., P.O. Box 463. Bardstown 40004. 348-8076 
Cupp, Jackie, Rt. #4, Box 499-B, London 40741, 864-6886. 

864-2181 

Daniel. Roger T., P.O. Box 15, Paintsville 41240, 789-3372. 

886-2311 
Dant, Joseph B., 2913 Sheldon Road, Louisville 40218, 

491-7196 491-3440 -«"*.*«, 

Davenport. ' Steve. 119 Wedgewood. Glasgow 42141 051- 

9252. 651-6781 • s . uox 

Davis. Bobby, 73 Zelkoua Drive, Shelbyville 40065, 633- 

6167, 893-3611 
Davis, Jay Warren, 2101 Hazel Street, Apt. #2, Hopkins- 

ville 42240, 885-4684, 885-5355 
Davis, Thomas A., 10524 Watterson Trail #7, Louisville 

40299, 267-6225, 245-7745 
Davis, William R.. Rt. #1, Mt. View Trailer Court, Pike- 

ville 41501, 432-1978, 456-7716 
Day. Christopher. 309 Peachtree Road. Lexington 40509. 

266-4221 
Day. Douglas. Route #5, Nicholasville 40356. 272-1835 
Day, Richard W.. 1606 Alexandria. Lexington 40504. 277- 

9759. 254-0285 
Day, Vivan Wayne, 114 Debbie Avenue, Lancaster 40444 
Decker, Jim, 2513 Blvd. Napoleon, Louisville 40205, 452- 

6761, 245-0238 or 0102 

Denham, Alan R., 2625 Amsterdam Road, Villa Hills 41016. 

341-2102, 431-6132 
Denham, Edward G., Rt. #1, Executive Park, Lot 19-D, 

Berea 40403, 986-1138, 623-5121 
Denham, Harry. 506 Forest Avenue, Maysville 41056, 564- 

3711 
DeNicola, Anthony M., #2 Apple Tree Lane, Prospect 

40059, 228-3453, 288-0446 
Denton, Calvin R., 130 Spring Street, Carlisle 40311, 289- 

7109, 232-2445 
Dick, James E.. RR #4. Albany 42602. 387-5064, 387-5569 
Dixon, Billy M., Rt. #, Box 547, Hazard 41701, 436-4605, 

436-4932 
Dixon, Oscar, 137 Ridgelea Drive, Williamstown 41097. 

823-0371. 824-4401 
Dobson. Jon Barry, 731 Hill Rise Apt. #8, Lexington 40504, 

252-1819 

Downs, Gil, 2208 Richland, Louisville 40220, 499-1684, 

588-5978 
Drake, Richard R., 72 Donnelly Drive, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-4235 
Duff. Earl, 240 Kentucky Blvd., Hazard 41701, 436-2604, 

436-2604 
Duff, William C, 154 Goodrich Avenue, Lexington 40503, 

277-0524, 623-5098 
Duncan. Joe F., 706 Pork Hills. Frankfort 40601, 875-2063, 

564-6730 
Duppstadt, Larry D., Company C, USAARMC, Box 26, 

Ft. Knox 40121. 624-1889, 624-7354 
Duvall. Thomas J., 4705 Andrea Way. Louisville 40219, 

964-1536, 456-3248 
Dyke. Dean, P.O. Box 231, Crestwood 40014, 241-4109. 

452-4140 
Eddings. Wendell, Box 181, Elkton 42220, 265-2242 
Edmondson, Johnny B.. RR #1, Glencoe 41046. 643-5288 
Edwards. Glenn. P.O. Box 573, Monticello 42633. 348-9583 
Ellis, Kenneth, 39 Kenner Street, Ludlow 41016, 291-3241 
Elswick, B. J., Box 153, Elkhorn City 41501. 432-306R. 

432-2733 
Embry, Johnny D., Star Route, Cloverport 40111. 788-6730. 

788-3741 
Embry, Randy, 851 Parkway Drive, Owensboro 42o0] 

685-2640. 684-3343 
Ewing. Ray F., 580 Lamont Drive, Lexington 40503, 277-?lJ! 
Fee. Tom. 3192 Kirklevington Drive. Lexington 4n,')n.1. ?75 

7042. 277-5122 
Fisk. Rodney D.. 5561 Taylor Mill, Covington 41018, 5bl- 

1317. 727-1555 



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DAVIESS COUNTY HIGH SCHCX)L 
CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY GIRLS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Terrt Boling, Molly Dunn. Lorl Linvllle, Stacy Estes. Second Row: EUora Otbome, 
Dana Fulkenon, Ginger Castlen, Tommy Payne, Carol Goztz, Liia Heddy, Coach Will Paga^. 



Florence, Joseph, 671 Sipple Drive, Covington 41015, 356- 

6620 
Flynn, Jerry, RR #2, Box 344, Somerset 42501, 679-2607, 

679-4347 
Fox, Glen, Lerose 41344, 593-5484 

Fox Joanna. Drakesboro 42337. 476-2969, 338-4650 or 338-6684 
Frazer, Tom Roe. Route #1, Sturgis 42459, 333-4412, 333-4672 
Freppon, Tom, 26 Madonna, Cold Spring 41076, 781-0583, 

421-1800, Ext. 286 
Froebel. Marty, 5553A Folger, Fort Knox 40121, 624-8460, 
624-5152 

2013 Eastern Parkway #1, Louisville 

426-8080 

Wyandot, Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-5218 



406 Wyandot. Mt. Sterling 40353, 498- 



Fuchs, Martha L.. 

40204. 459-5598. 
Fuller, Barret. 406 
Fuller. Richard C. 

5218. 498-0208 
Fulmer. James W.. 6280 Kugler Mill Road, Cincinnati 45236, 

891-6096, 733-4300 
Funk, Carole Ann. 134 East Ashland Avenue, Louisville 

40214. 367-1942. 584-0201 
Gaines, Stephen. Corydon 42406, 533-7891 
Gambrel, Don. P.O. Box 43. Harlan 40830. 573-6055 
Garland. Danny A.. 212 Woodhill Lane. Frankfort 40601, 

223-8608, 223-1638 
Gatterdam. Ed L.. 9202 Weissinger Court, Louisville 40222, 

426-8393, 581-6647 
Gettler, John F., 705 Providence Road, Lexington 40502, 

266-4801, 255-0835 
Gibbons, Mike. Rt. #3. Box 267. Williamsburg 40769, 549- 

2987. 549-3883 
Gibson. Gary F.. 914 Denmark. Louisville 40215. 366-0445, 

778-4469 
Gibson Gerald L.. RR #1. P.O. Box 61A, Uniontown 

42461. 822-9115 
Gish. Pete. 2025 Poplar Drive. Henderson 42420. 826-3023, 

826-9522 
Gluck. Joseph Robert III. 11 College Road, Cumberland 

40823. 589-2452. 589-4512 
Goldey. William H.. 866 Lamont Lane. Henderson 42420. 

827-3622. 827-2561 
Gover. Luid, Science Hill 42501. 423-2274, 679-1188 
Gowin. Dale E.. RR #3. Box 296. Crestwood 40014. 241- 

1596. 241-1596 
Gray. Kenneth Bruce. Rt. #4. 7806 EUis Lane. Taylorsville 

40071 239-5740 477-2230 
Greene. Steven Lloyd. Route #2. Bedford 40006, 255-71.";2. 

625-3694 
Greene. Theodore. 251 Sherwood Forest. Morehead 40351 
Greer. Phil. 3452 Bellmeade. Lexington 40502. 272-4253, 

272-1611 
Grey. Don L.. P.O. Box 23319. LouisviUe 40223. 425-0817 
Griffey. Ransom Neil. 50 Blair Avenue, Benham 40807, 

848-2951. 848-4988 
Griffith. Michael R.. 662 Oak Street, Madisonville 42431. 

821-0445. 821-5242 
Griffith. Millard F.. 7 West Walnut, Southgate 41071. 

441-5746 369-4045 
Gullev. Clifford. 352 High Street. Richmond 40475. 623- 

3798, 623-3798 



Guthrie. Gilliam. Box 161. Vienna, nUnois 62995, 658-8029, 

658-2081 
Hackett, Wilbur L., 1472 Olive Street, Louisville 40210, 

772-0493, 452-4109 
Halbert. Hubert, Box 19, Langley 41645, 285-3745, 285-3230 
Halbert, Kathy, Box 19, Langley 41645, 285-3745, 285-3634 
Hale. John A.. 151 Todds Road. #480. Lexington 40504, 

266-1760. 564-6711 
Hall. Curtis Lee, Box 157, Kite 41828 
Hall. Joseph, Box 34. Myra 41549, 639-2084, 639-2832 
Hall. Richard G., Box 613. Prestonsburg 41653, 886-6662, 

452-4459 
Hall. Tommy D.. P.O. Box 35, Ivel 41642, 478-5689, 478-9138 
Hall. William W.. 115 Dickerson, Prestonsburg 41653, 886- 

3415, 789-8211 
Hamm, Ritchie. 1354 Oliver, Bowling Green 42101, 781-8070 
Harkleroad, Robert. 688 Cromwell Way, Lexington 40503, 

277-7359 
Harkleroad, Thomas S., 206 Leslie Drive, Berea 40403, 

986-3217. 623-4750 
Harmon, Randall, Route #1. Sharpsburg 40374. 674-6437 
Harrington. Tim, 903 Edgefield Drive, Bowling Green 42101, 

842-8321, 745-3258 
Harris. Rodney. 1410 Argillite Road, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-4328, 836-9326 or 836-9339 
Hart, William, Rt. #1. Box 51. Bardstown 40004, 348-3270 
Hawkins. Donald H.. Rt. #2. Vine Grove 40175, 828-3631, 

828-2125 
Hawkins. Emile. 6911 Rock Hollow Drive, Louisville 

40219, 968-8291 
Hayden. John O.. 1624 Stafford Avenue, Louisville 40216, 

367-8662, 368-3351 
Head. Jack B.. 10012 Caven Avenue, Louisville 40229, 

969-3450. 459-5880 
Hedses. Dennis A.. 427 West College. Georgetown 40324, 

863-1815, 232-2438 
Henderson. Roger A.. 1613 Herr Lane. Louisville 40222, 

426-4684. 776-9308 
Hes.s. Herman. 4204 Summit Drive, Louisville 40229, 957- 

5723, 361-2661 
Hickev. Thomas L.. 700 Moligate Place #A2. Louisville 

40207. 897-3598. 585-5103 
Higpins. David. Rt. #1. Box 283. Corbin 40701. 528-1993, 

528-2413 
Hill. James P.. 2543 Apollo Court. Owensboro 42301, 926- 

1376. 684-0448 
Hill. William Donald Jr.. 1021 Beecher Street. Louisville 

40215. 366-8932. 582-5495 
Hobbs, Charles V. Jr.. 406 Cartmell. Morehead 40351, 

324-9439 783-3441 
Holt. Larrv' K.. Rt. #1. Box 132A, Alvaton 42122, 843-3587, 

781-4585 
Holt. Ronald J.. 105 Linda Drive. Hopkinsville 42240. 885- 

4445, 886-1223 
Hoover. Clarence. 236 Garrett Avenue, Lexington 40504, 

254-9498 252-1481 
Hopson. James E.. Rt. #1. Box 918 M, Pikeville 41501, 

437-7772. 432-1461 
Home. Jordan E.. Jr.. 3486 Twillingate Court. Lexington 

40503. 278-0617. 258-5626 



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PULASKI COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY BOYS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. Jeff Hargis, Brad Ping. Steve Cornelius, Tim Wright, Ken MiUlgan, Jerry 
Mounce, Carl Diamond. Second Row: Ass't. Coach, Johnny Blevins, Johnny Edward, Bruce Hinkle, Charley Taylor, 
G. D. Heironymous, Mgr. Larry Blevin, Mitch Diamond, Randy Singleton, Dale Prather, Coach Cordon Bocock. 



Houchens, Jeff, P.O. Box 82, Mt. Olivet 41064, 724-5559, 

724-5821 
Houchens, Tom, 505 N. Long Street, London 40741, 864- 

9075, 864-2136 
Howard, Dwight W., 2707 Donerail Drive, Owensboro 

42301, 685-1987, 684-4287 
Howard. Mike. Garrett 41630, 358-4811 
Hubbard, Millard Oscar, Box 81, Mancliester 40962, 598- 

2419, 598-3740 
Hvunphries, Bob. 195 East 9th Street, Russellville 42276, 

726-6477, 748-2740 
Irby, Mike, P.O. Box 133, Burkesville 42717, 433-7992, 

864-3451 
Isenberg, Jimmy T., Rt. #1, Mt. Hermon 42157, 427-3391, 

651-8664 
Isham, Buford, Rt. #3, Lawrenceburg 40342, 839-3811, 

452-4422 
Isham, Mark, Lawrenceburg 40342, 839-3811 
Ishmael, James W., 272 Brockton Apts., Richmond 40475, 

625-5976 
Jackson, Robert H., P.O. Box 76, Hitchins 41146, 474-9477 
Jarrell, Jimmy D., RFD 2, Box 455, Pikeville 41501, 639- 

2593. 639-2774 
Jenkins. Jerry, Rt. #6, Cynthiana 41031, 234-3350, 234-3253 
Jenkins. Phillip M., Box 423, Martin 41649, 285-9373 
Jent, Richard L., 5561 Nickview Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45239, 513-385-3484. 513-932-1211 
Johnson, Michael, 114 AUison Avenue, Barbourville 40906, 

546-4274, 546-6945 
Johnson. Stan W.. 3500 Ashlawn Drive, Owensboro 42301, 

684-2157, 295-3451 
Johnson, Walter, Box 145, Hitchins 41146, 474-5908, 474-5721 
Johnson. Willis C, Rt. #1. Box 12, Poplar Hts., Grayson 

41143, 474-4201, 286-4370 
Jones, Ben Edward. Route #4, Box 765, Morehead 40351, 

784-5231. 784-5231 
Jones, Don, 199 Sheriden Drive, Apt. B, CampbeUsviUe 

42718, 465-8901. 781-8151 
Jones, Robert E., 1312 Kirkwood, Murray 42071. 753-7504, 

924-5602 
Kapp. Robert, 2378 Randolph Court, Lexington 40503, 

277-5819 
Kelly, Jack. Jr., 3327 Schneiter Avenue, LouisvUIe 40215, 

363-9842 
Kerr, Richard L., Route #1, Glendale 42740, 854-5036, 

769-5537 
Kessinger. Michael W., P.O. Box 89, Inez 41224, 298-3068, 

298-3591 
Keys. Jimmy, P.O. Box 471. Elkton 42220, 265-2678, 265-2678 
Kine. Raymond, H.. 216 Blossom Lane, Southgate 41071, 

441-5309. 635-2176 
Kirkland, Sue, Shawler Duplex-McGrain Street, Corydon, 

Ind. 47112, 812-738-3459. 812-738-4181 
Kirklin. Luther. Sunny Acres, Harlan 40831, 573-2535, 

573-2210 
Kluepfel, Joseph C. 262 West Broadway, MadisonvlUe 

42431. 825-1046 
Klump WiUiam Roger, 1415 Goddard Avenue, Louisville 

40204, 451-0236, 584-1101 



Knight, Tommy J., Route #1, Hickory 42051. 856-3411. 

856-3411 
Kroth, Bonnie, 2720 Vera Cruz, ViUa Hills 41016, 331-9435 
Lacer, Ray, Box 109, SpottsviUe 42458, 827-5068, 827-1348 
Lamastus, RandaU, Route #1, Rockfield 42274. 842-1302. 

842-6511 
Lambert, Roger W., P.O. Box 43, Alvaton 42122, 781-9366, 

781-5342 
Lamkin, Ricky A.. 1626 College Farm Road. Murray 42071, 

753-0575, 762-4735 
Lasky, Barbara A., 8010 Mary Sue Drive, Fern Creek 

40291, 239-6613 
Lawson, Rondell. Garrett 41630, 358-3531, 447-3961 
Lawson, Stan, P.O. Box 112, Artemus 40903, 546-5319, 

546-3149 
Ledford, Tom, 2702 Wren Road, Ft. Campbell 42223, 431- 

4482. 798-6790 
Lee, Reggie, White Plains 42464, 258-5440, 821-8804 
Lee, William A., Box #116, Wallins Creek 40873, 664-2127, 

573-5027 
Linder, Ricky P., Rt. #5, McCormack Drive, Elizabeth- 
town 42701, 737-5242, 358-3690 
Littlepage, Pruce, 610 Oak Street, MadisonvlUe 42431. 

821-1642, 821-4180 
Loeser, Alan J., 3824 Chatham Road, Louisville 40218, 451- 

9084, 587-5726 
Logan, Bruce A., 1209 Quest Drive #3, Louisville 40213, 

964-5498 
LoudermUk, Charles. Gen. Del. Whitley 42653. 376-8332. 

625-1891 
Lynch. Laura. 165 Virginia Ave. Apt. C-15, Lexington 

40508. 254-2853 
Mccormick, Roy, Box 303, Aberdeen, Ohio 45101, 795-2441, 

795-2591 
McCowan, Connell, Rt. #1, Box 253, Corbin 40701, 528-4932 
McDowell, Benny D., 853 Collins Road, Villa HiUs 41016, 

341-0941, 341-2800. Ext. 540 
McEuen, Robert, 403 Keen Hall, W.K.U. Bowling Green 

42101, 748-5187 
McGown, Phil. 412 Emmett Drive, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-6053, 843-1881 
McGuffey, Roger D.. RR #3, Stanford 40484, 365-7480, 

232-3408 
McKenty, Lawrence, Route #9, Benton 42025, 527-1405 
McKinney, James S., 8809 Malvern Hill Road. Louisville 

40222, 425-5318, 774-7321 
McLean, Gordon, Rt. #2, Box 25, Whitesburg 41858, 633- 

5661, 633-7579 
McNulty, Robert P., 3302 Montavesta Rd. Apt. #B-53, 

Lexington 40502, 266-8969, 257-1497 
Maddox, Bobby. Glencoe 41046, 643-3941 
Maines, George E., 116 Greenbriar Road, Lexington 40503, 

278-1984, 254-1121. Ext. 210 
Martin. Dennis W., Rt. #2, Forest HUls, Stanford 40484 
May. William, Box 15, Friendship, Ohio 45630, 614-858-5210, 

606-564-6848 
Meadors. WiUiam, 784 Covington Avenue. Bowling Green 

42101. 842-4141. 745-3347 
Meuth. Richard A., Box 163, Smith Mills 42457, 533-6945, 

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Meyer, Dave, 55 Parkview, Newport 41071, 291-0757 
Meyer, Richard E., 144 Grace Ct. #14, Ft. MitcheU 41017, 

331-9735, 621-8770 
Milbern, Daniel L., 1049 Patricia Lane, Lexington 40511, 

255-5438, 232-2901 
Miller, Dennis L., 1303 Abbeywood Road, LouisviUe 40222, 

426-2827, 587-3802 
Miller, Richard T., Route #3, Tompkinsville 42167, 487- 

6495, 487-5441 
Miller, Thomas A., 426 Ward Avenue, BeUevue 41073, 

581-6077, 581-6077, 
Mitchell, Doug, 1218 Miami Trail, Frankfort 40601, 695- 

4650, 227-7341 
Mobley, Clarence E,, 707 C. Charlotte Court. Lexington 

40508, 233-1649, 258-4622 or 257-1357 
Mohr, Thomas 34 Sunset Drive, Alexandria 41001, 635- 

5385, 635-2191 
Molands, Lawrence, Clayhole 41317, 666-8863 
MoUoy, George P., Route #8, Bowling Green 42101, 842- 

2006 
Monks, Ronald, 3509 Dorset Road, LouisviUe 40214, 937-6222 
Montgomery, Chester. 901 South Elm Street, Henderson 

42420, 826-7845, 826-7845 
Moore, Franklin Bud, 5351 Whitmore Drive, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45238, 513-621-8770 
Moore, James, RR #2, Box 92 AA, Hardinsburg 40143, 

788-3978, 756-2246 
Moorman, Thomas P., Box 515, Hardinsburg 40143, 259- 

5340, 756-2821 
Morgan, Chuck. 420 Edgewood Drive, Nicholasville 40356, 

885-9122. 232-7218 
Morgan, M, Earl, 3600 Kings Highway, Louisville 40220, 

499-1871, 566-4431 
Morgan. Richard, Rt. #7, Box 78, London 40741, 864-9253, 

864-5114 
Morgan, Terry D., Rt. #1, Box 288, Elkhorn 41522, 754-8883 
Morkin, Kieron M., 2504 Larkin Road, #168, Lexington 

40503, 276-2432, 258-4476 
MorreU, Louie Edwin, 2659 Kings Highway, LouisviUe 

40205, 454-0437, 587-3222 
Morris, Andrew, 364 Aylesford Place, Lexington 40508, 

254-6232, 564-6716 
Morris, Bobby, 1105 South 9th Street, Mayfield 42066. 

247-5312 247-1293 
Morris, Larry E., 4701 Sebree Lane #1, Louisville 40218, 

451-3215. 459-9083 
Morse, Richard K., 163 N. Deepwood Drive, Radcliff 401CO, 

351-3748. 624-4646 
Mosby. John, 500 Poplar Street. Versailles 40383, 873-3496 
MuUins, Otis D.. Amburgey 41801, 642-3370, 432-1396 
Muncy, Clyde. RR#3. Box 264, Floyds Knobs, Ind. 47119, 

812-923-3206, 502-957-2186 
Murphy, Robin. 1500 Raleigh Court, Lexington 40505. 

299-7605 
Myers, Ronald, 105 Westwood Drive, Ellzabethtown 42701. 

765-7198, 769-3381 
Napier. Charles Michael, Gen. Del. Chavies 41727, 436-4125, 

436-5101 
Neace. Glenn, Slones Trailer Court. Jackson 41339. 666-7878 
^fewman, Bill, 2535 Ritchie Street, Portsmouth, Ohio 

45662, 614-353-6257, 614-353-2161 
Newman, Rick, Box 505. Union 41091, 384-3940, 384-3940 
Newsome, Bill, Melvin 41667 
Newsome, Cecil Jr., Box 56. Teaberry 41660, 587-2645, 

587-2259 
Newsome, Gerald D., Grethel, 41631, 587-2670 
NoU, John T. (Jack). 411-3 E. Cheisea Circle. Ft. Mitchell 

41017, 341-6783, 491-2750 
Noonan. Robert M., P.O. Box 319, BarbourviUe 40906. 

546-5873, 546-4188 
Nuckols. Michael E., Route #1, Russellville 42276. 726-6820. 

726-7266 
Ogden. Paul J., 1017 Oriole Ct., LouisviUe 40213. 635-6852, 

584-0115 
O'Nan, Norman, Rt. #1, Box 305 A, Henderson 42420, 

827-3968, 826-9578 
O'Nan. Phillip, Henderson 42420. 827-4553. 826-8367 
Overbey. Jerry L., Route #6. Murray 42071, 436-2454, 753- 

1250 
Overstreet, Walter R.. 1141 Briarwood Drive, Lexington 

40511. 255-3461. 232-3817 
Owens. Bruce V., Box #12. New Castle 40050. 845-2653, 

845-2888 
Pwens, Greg, Rt. #6, Box 33-12. Russellville 42276, 726- 

6522. 726-9513 
Owens. Jerry Wayne, Box 117 A, Cheona 40925, 337-5784. 

337-2244 
Owens, Pete B.. 3470 Winthrop Road, Lexington 40503. 

278-0016. 232-2786 
Owens. Ronnie Lee. RR #6. Box 611, London 40741, 878- 

8862. 864-4185 
Pack, Judy A., Route #1, Brandenburg 40108, 422-3800 
Page, James N.. P.O. Box 434, Corbin 40701, 528-8263 
Palko. Edward Thomas. RR 3-1. Owenton Road, Frankfort 

40601, 223-8833, 873-4541 
Pandolfi. Thomas, 120 12th Street, Henderson 42420, 827- 
1005, 827-1005 



Parker, James A.. 1308 Elm Street. West Point 40177, 

922-4491, 624-3817 
Parrent. Kenny. Box 389, EddyviUe 42038, 388-7422, 388-2241 
Peeno. Harry R., 412 General Drive, Ft. Wright 41011, 

331-1981 
Pelphrey, Jack. North Gate Sub Div. Paintsville 41240, 

789-1857. 886-6723 
Pendley, Jimmy Ray, Drakesboro 42337, 476-8110 
Penick, Linda, 2711 Melvin Cir, LouisviUe 40216. 448-2832 
Percell, Danny. 333 Old Dixie Hwy. Horse Cave 42749. 

786-1402, 786-2415 
Peterson, John III, P.O. Box 237, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

4169. 348-4169 
Peterson. Maggie, 3100 Flair Knoll Drive. Louisville 40216, 

448-0812 
Phelps, Jimmy. 105 Ross Avenue, London 40741. 878-0089. 

864-2176 
Phelps. Johnny, 201 W. Dixie Street. London 40741, 864- 

9892. 864-6011 
Phipps. Charles Ray. Box 33. Hazel Green 41332, 662-6873 
Pietrowski, Paul, 107 Oaklawn Avenue. Corbin 40701. 

528-6391, 528-1630 
Plummer, George M., Box 377, Vanceburg 41179, 796-2291, 

329-7414 
Polly. Rex, P.O. Box 181. Mayklng 41837. 633-9774, 633-2223 
PoweU. Billy R.. Box 108. EUchorn City 41522. 754-8702. 

754-9098 
Prater. Otis, Jr., 407 West Jefferson. Berea 40403. 986-8729. 

256-4816 
Price, WiUiam L.. RR #4, Box 301. Morganfield 42437, 

389-1733, 389-2419, Ext. 214 
Prichard. Glenn. Warficld 41267. 393-3250. 235-2800 
Purcell. Ken. 1308 Diuguid Road. Murray 42071. 753-8233, 

762-4423 
Rail, Edward W., 108 E. Lexington Ave., Danville 40422, 

236-8929, 236-5464 
Ramsey, Charles A.. 502 River Street. Dawson Springs 

42408, 797-3101. 797-3101 
Read. Ray. 1112 A Angora Court. Bowling Green 42101. 

781-9050, 843-9149 
Rector, Nancy Jo. Rt. #1, Box 104, Bowling Green 42101, 

842-0866 
Reed, Stephen H., 42nd Field Hospital. Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-2559 
Rhodes, Elbert, 305 Westside Avenue, EarUngton 42410, 

383-4951 
Rhodus, Harold D., RR #3, Berea 40403. 925-4016 
Rhodus, Harry, 2318 Pierson Drive, Lexington 40505. 299- 

9177. 232-2611 
Rich. Dale L.. Apt. #39. 3501 Pimllco Parkway, Lexington 

40506, 272-2029 
Riley, Robert A., 109 Djeddah Drive, Lawrenceburg 40342, 

839-6608, 839-3061 
Robarts, Barry G., Star Route, Lodiburg 40146, 547-7413, 

765-2655 
Roberts. Elza. Jr.. Box 214. New Castle 4O05O. 845-2850. 

581-2911 
Robinson, Grant, 554 Mt. Tabor Road, Lexington 40502, 

269-2212 
Robinson. Larry Gene, Rt. #40. Davis Branch. Paintsville 

41240, 789-4840 
Robinson, Mary H., 1412 Stallard Street. Ashland 41101. 

325-7850 
Roesel. Joseph F., 945 Collins Road, Villa HiUs 41011, 

331-1880. 292-4242 
Rogers. Ralph. 623 South Franklin. Glasgow 42141, 651- 

3335, 786-2111 
Rowland, Dean, Exel 41425, 725-4133, 498-2660 
Salyers. John D.. 108 Center Street. Erlanger 41018, 727- 

1217. 727-2424 
Sammons. C. J.. Red Jacket W. Va. 25692. 426-4171. 235-2122 
Sapp. Ema. Jr.. Box 11, Lowes Trailer Court, Leitchfield 

42754. 259-3237 
Saylors, Carlee, 1700 Main, Murray 42071. 753-7979. 924-5602 
Schomaker. Charles T., 943 Palomino, Villa HiUs 41016. 

331-2680. 491-1104 
Schutte, Bruce M.. 2646 Kings Hwy.. Louisville 40205. 

459-4179. 581-3236 
Scott, Travis Paul. Route #1. Columbia 42728. 384-4811, 

384-2751 
Sears. Wilson. 1406 Sherwood Drive. Bowling Green 42101. 

843-2268. 842-1674 
Sellier, Ed. 520 Cricklewood Drive. Lexington 40505, 299- 

8042, 299-4027 
Sergent. Harold E., 1530 Diederlch Blvd. Apt. #5. Russell 

41169. 836-2569. 329-5287 
Shaffer. Robert L.. Jeff 41751. 439-1649. 439-1705 
Shain. Debbie. 702 Zorn Ave. Apt. #14. Louisville 40206. 

897-0842. 582-1645 
Sharp. Ron, 140 Chasteen Drive, Middlesboro 40965, 248- 

3916. 337-2425 
Shaw. Don. 200 Tammie Trail. Campbellsville 42718, 465- 

8631, 465-2877 
Shields. Donald C, 555 Coachlight Drive, Ft. Mitchell 

41017, 331-8887. 791-1680 
Sigler, Susie, 3917 Michigan Drive. Louisville 40212, 772- 

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Sims, Frank D., 5400 Billtown Road, Jeffersontown 40299, 

239 7366, 634-9411, Ext. 212 
Sizemore, Austin, Box 36, Oneida 40972, 847-3121, 847-2202 
Skaggs, "Bill" Robert, P.O. Box 372, Leitchfield 42754, 

259-3438 259-4144 
Smiley, James F., Uluah 41856, 633-4366, 633-2524 
Smith, Dwight H., P.O. Box 518, Morehead 40351. 784-9770, 

784-9275 
Smith, Ronald K., 1626 Catalpa, LouisviUe 40211, 772-9647, 

637-3045 
Smith, Timmy, Rt. #2. Box 27, Lebum 41831. 785-3346 
Smith, Wayne N., 528 Jackson Street, Campbellsville 42718, 

465-5268, 465-7368 
Snider, Herbert R.. 203 Dogwood tane, Somerset 42501, 

679-4824, 679-4436, Ext. 29 
Soper, Clyde B., Box 111, MiUersburg 40348. 484-3487 
Sorrell. Tom, 417 Rosemont Avenue, Covington 41011, 

291-5007 
Spalding, Guy C. 2807 Del Rio Place. LouisviUe 40220, 

454-3237, 459-1927 
Spalding, J. Randall, 108 Ball Avenue. Springfield 40069. 

336-9297, 348-9211 
Spears, Ronnie, P.O. Box 18, Feds Creek 41524, 835-2605, 

835-4526 
Spencer. Irv, Rt. #1, Old State Road, Brandenburg 40108, 

422-13294 
Stagnolia, Eugene. 308 New York Road. Cumberland 40823, 

589-2344, 589-4625 
Stansbury, Charles F.. Riceville, Apt. #18, Morehead 40351. 

784-5135 
Stapleton, Anthony E., Transy Un. Davis Hall. Lexington 

40508. 233-8324 
Stark, Douglas, RR #2, Bedford 40006. 255-3336. 265-4722 
Stephens, B. J., Box 172. May King 41837, 662-9272, 784-4127 
Stewart, Dale. 514 Catalina Drive. Owensboro 42301. 926- 

1676, 685-3121 
Stith, Richard L., Rt. #1, Box 63, Vanzant 40174, 257-8815 
Stober, Martha, 10123 Headley Hill, LouisviUe 40223, 425- 

5411 
Stokes, Cubb R., 410 Catlett Street, Hickman 42050, 236- 

2059, 236-2568 
Stone, Kenneth W., 17 HoUiday Court, Henderson 42420. 

826-9336 

Stout. Dr. Robert C, Rt. #5. Paddock Place. Versailles 

40383. 873-8825, 873-7361 
Strong. Charles E.. 5017 Dannyboy Lane. LouisviUe 40214, 

366-1060 
Studle. Ronald. Rt. 4, Box 165, Smiths Grove 42171. 678- 

5340. 582-4744 
SuUivan. Dan L.. 132 DonneUy Drive, Ft. Thomas 4107S, 

781-0897. 491-1125 
Sumner. Carl, 8711 Cedar Creek Road. Fern Creek 40291. 

239-0783. 459-1030, Ext. 205 
Sutton. Jim. Route #1, East Bernstadt 40729, 843-7428, 

864-2241 
Switzer, Bradley, 3189 Carriage Lane, Lexington 40502, 

272-4187, 272-1512 
Switzer, Richard J., Jr., 3 Circle Drive. Florence 41042. 

371-3910, 581-0158 
Swope, Tom, 645 S. O'FaUon, Belleview 41073. 291-0323 
Szyper. Richard. 9210 Waltee Road, LouisviUe 40291, 239- 

7127. 361-2805 
Tabb. Shirley. Rt. 1. Sharon Grove 42280. 502-277-9925 
Tackett. Gene, Melvin 41650. 452-4184 
Tarvin. Roger W.. 18 Alan Ct.. Apt. 237, Florence 41042, 

371-9464. 431-2578 
Tate. Harold, R. R. 1, Box 332, Ashland 41101, 928-9450. 

324-3840 
Taylor, Bill. Rt. 3. Box 298, Crestwood 40014, 241-9749, 

222-9469 
Taylor. Carl D.. 3010 Belhaven Drive, RusseU 41169, 836- 

5101, 325-7703 
Taylor, Donald D.. 1594 Belmar Drive. LouisviUe 40213. 

454-0979. 637-6511 Ext. 35 
Taylor. Janet M.. Rt. #1, Box 350A. RineyvlUe 40162, 

737-4954. 737-6883 
Taylor. John O., 422 Brookhaven, Box 48. Danville 40422, 

236-3915. 236-3181 
Tesson. Michael. 87 Westland Drive. BurUngton 41005, 586- 

5965. 559-3838 
Thomas, Ben. 151 Todds Road, Apt. 480, Lexington 40502. 

266-1760. 266-0433 
Thomas. Bill, #5 Canterbury Court, LouisviUe 40214, 361- 

9985. 367-3461 
Thomas, Bobby. Pinetop 41843, 642-3988 
Thompson. AUen, Rt. #4, Bardwell 42023, 642-2455. 767-2332 
Thomnson. Beth, 9809 Encino Court, LouisviUe 40223, 425- 

1368 
Thomson. Cecil W.. 3310 Lewis Lane, Owensboro 42301, 

684-4962, 926-3200 
Thompson. David L., R. R. 3, Vick Street. Clay 42404. 664- 

6372. 664-2429 
Thompson. Gary. Route 1. Mt. Sterling 40353. 498-2632 

232-2767 
Thompson. Joe. R. R. 2. OwlngsvlUe 40360. 498-0745 498- 

2660 
Thompson. Robert E.. City 4. Box 50. Pikeville 41501. 437- 

4729. 437-9691 Ext. 216 



Thompson. Ronnie Box 135, Raccoon. 41557, 432-1942, 437- 

6361 . 
Thompson, Thomas A.. 2504 Larkin Road, Apt. 190. Lex- 
ington 40504. 277-1769. 502-564-7996 
Thompson. Tom D.. 97 Carran Drive. Ft. MitcheU 41017, 

341-1809, 292-4034 
Thornberry, Gary, Route 4. Lawrenceburg 40342, 502- 

839-6434. 502-839-4544 Ext. 32 
Thornsberry. Larry R.. P.O. Drawer H. Hindman 41822. 

785-5830 or 368-3591, 785-3111 
Tichenor, P. Michael. 6291 Trace Run Road. Independence 

41051. 356-3365, 356-3162 
Tindall. Clifford, 721 Mac Donald Doad, Fairdale 40118, 

361-2953 

Tinsley. Marion F.. Box 447, Central City 42330. 754-3608. 

754-4870 
Tipton. William R., Jr.. 120 Lincoln Street. West Ports- 
mouth 45662. 858-4424. 858-5840 
Todd, Timothy D.. 1557A March Lane, Henderson 42420, 

827-4835, 821-1600. Ext. 264 
roUe. Mike. 3377 De Arcy Avenue #2. LouisviUe 40215, 

368-2421, 636-3361 
Tomlinson, Winter Bud. 1520 Yates Crescent. Atp. #13, 

Lexington 40505, 255-0939, 269-2386 
Towe. Steve. Route 6. Scottsville 42164. 622-6234 
Towler. Stephen. W.. 3525 Tates Creek Road #110. Lex- 
ington 40502. 272-0720, 258-8921 
Trabue, David, 114 Maplewood Place, Glasgow 42141, 

651-3436 
Trapp, Charles W.. 34 Trapp Court. Alexandria 41001. 635- 

9259. 341-2700 Ext. 268 
Trenkamp, Gene. 1880 Ray's Lane, Covington 41011, 491- 

1486. 491-1630 
Troutman, Doyle, Box 304, Harlan 40831, 573-1349. 573-4900 
Tucker. Edward A., Rt. #4, Box 51, Greensburg 42743, 

932-4985, 932-5241 
Turner. Keenan V.. Box 188. McKee, 40447. 287-8144, 287- 

7693 
Turner, Michael E., Quicksand 41363. 666-7897, 666-7775 
Turpin. Donald W.. 3279 Bowie Drive. Lexington 40502. 

272-2310. 259-1331 
Turpin, Ronald D.. 1220 Gainesway. Lexington 40502. 272- 

3707 259-1331 
Tuttle. John. Rt. 5. Box 501. Ashland 41101. 928-5279- 325- 

2538 
Tuttle. Walter E.. 1053 Patricia Lane, Lexington 40511, 

255-6960 254-3321 
Tyler. Kenneth, Rt. 1, Arlington 42021, 655-5771, 335-3131 

Ext. 270 
Urlanse. Richard. 822 Highland Avenue Ft. Thomas 41075. 

441-5513 874-8820 
Vance. Hunter. 214 Robin Road. Bowling Green 42101. 

342-3595, 842-3595 
Vanover, Wiley G., Jackhorn 41825. 855-4620. 855-4620 
Vanover. J. W. Jack Horn 41825. 855-7049. 633-2168 
Vanover. Tommy. Neon 41840. 855-4750 
Vaughn. Ted. 624 Virginia Avenue. PineviUe 40977, 337- 

6403. 864-5121 
Vincent. Dale. 301 Highland Avenue. Earlington 42410. 

383-5966, 383-5511 
Vincent. Jack, P.O. Box 144, Upton 42784, 373-6991, 373-6991 
Vinson, Ray. 600 Osage Avenue. Campbellsville 42718. 

789-1621. 465-7163 
Vories. Dick. 39 E. Kimberly. Ft. Thomas 41075. 781-1391, 

771-6040 
Vories, Kent, 110 Park Avenue. Newport 41071. 291-0617. 

474-3000, Ext. 387 
Vories, Gary W.. 10 Goetz Drive, Cold Springs 41076. 441- 

0540. 474-3000 Ext. 276 
Votaw. Tommy. 219 Southport Drive. Lexington 40503, 

277-5480. 232-2691 

Wade. Kent, 2610 Clays MiU Road, Lexington 40503. 277- 

4457 272-3428 
Wade. Sharon A.. 429 West Main, Lebanon 40033. 692- 

2309. 692-6856. (Bus. 692-3605) 
Wages. Robert P.. 2800 Bellefonte Road. Flatwoods 41139, 

836-4862. 836-5745 
Wagner. Marvin Rudy. Box 2083. Pikeville 41501, 437-7805. 

432-3380 
Wallace. John. P. O. Box P. Somerset 42501, 679-2766. 678- 

5148 or 678-5829 
Wallen, Wendell L.. P. O. Box 264. AUen 41601, 874-2512, 

874-2881 
Wallenfelsz, David. 2214 Espy Lane. 836-5422. 836-8112 
Walls. Billy R.. Jr.. 319 Longview Drive, Nicholasvllle 

40356. 885-3826. 259-0535 
Walters. Darwin. P. O. Box 1213. Harlan 40831. 573-1639. 

573-1950 
Ward. Nan K.. Box 185. Salt Lick 40371. 683-4081 
Ward. Robert L.. 2040 Washington Street. Henderson 42420. 

827-3805, 827-3810 
Warfield. Jerrv. Rt. 2. LiUac Estates. Leitchfield 42754. 

259-4542. 259-3235 
Washnock, Richard. 6414 Sugar Tree Drive. Independence 

41051. 356-5148. 783-3658 (School) 
Wasson. Billy. 121 Southern Court, Winchester 40391. 

744-2498, 744-6412 



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Watkins, Jesse T., Hardinsburg 40143, 756-2216, 927-6961, 
Ext. 410 

Watkins. Tee, Box 87 B, East Point 41216, 886-8687, 886-8195. 

Watson, Dwight E., 627 N. Ingram Street, Henderson 42420, 
826-9933, 389-2419 

Watson, Neil S., Box 64, Garrett 41630, 358-9548 
Watts. Leon. Rt. 2. Box 277. 41701 

Webb. William T.. 1913 So. Virginia Street Hopklnsville 
42240. 886-9548. 885-6143 

Webster, Norman E.. Rt. 2. Cedar Dale Drive, Morgantown 
42261, 502-526-3997, 502-526-3342 

Weihe, Robert J., 1897 Princeton Drive, Louisville 40205, 
459-6397, 776-4651 

Weinel, Timothy Wayne, 24 Scott Drive, Florence 41042, 
283-2375, 241-4554 

Welch. Donald G., 1514 Fisher Avenue, CarroUton 41008, 
732-5575. 732-4346 

WeUs, Glerji, 517 Edgar Court, Erlanger 41018, 727- 
2481. 292-5340 

Weyer, James G., 42 Scenic View Drive. Ft. Thomas 41075, 
781-2220. 341-5800 

Whalen, Melvin K., 122 Rosetta Drive, BurUngton 41005, 
586-6005, 941-3202 

Wheeler, Jim. Transylvania Un.. Davis Hall #107, Lexing- 
ton 40508, 233-8324 

Whistler. Thomas F., Rt. #6, Box 37, Harrodsburg 40330, 
734-4596, 734-5106 

Whitaker, Charles, Star Route 1, Box 122, Jackson 41339, 
666-2101, 666-7581 Ext. 50 

Whitaker, Fess, Box 152, Commonwealth Hall, EKU, Rich- 
mond 40475, 625-2215 

White, Byron L.. 500 Fair Street. Apt. 95, Henderson 
42420, 826-5678, 521-6630, Ext. 8 

White, William L., RR #5, Box 105, Manchester 40962, 
598-6382, 598-2194 

Whitehead, Chris, P. O. Box 185, Ft. Knox 40121, 624-6869, 
624-7741/8255 

Whitley. James. 334 N. Miami Street, Trenton. Ohio 40567, 
513-988-6740, 513-771-8200 

Whitley, Kim, 618 Shawnee Drive, CampbeUsvllle 42718, 
502-465-7282 

Whitley, Sharon A.. 2409 Westwood Avenue, Louisville 
40220. 459-8807, 589-3790. Ext. 388 

Whitt, Mike. Box 24, Red Jacket, W. Va., 25692, 426-8638, 
456-7716 

Whobrey. Larry N., Rt. 3, Box 44S, Leitchfield 42754, 879- 
8887 

Wickley. Edward P.. 5313 Rangland #3. Louisville 40219, 
968-3226 

Wilcox. Mark, 53 BeUemonte, lakeside Park 41017, 341- 
5336. 291-8216 

Wiley. Michael J., 10th Street & Stafford Ave., PaintsvIUe 
41240. 789-4530. 789-4001 

Wiley. Wanda, Parkside Trailer Park, #7, Rt. 8, Frank- 
fort 40601, 227-7558, 875-1535 

Wilferd, Shirley, Rt. 8, Box 15, Murray 42071, 753-3043, 
762-2858 

Willhite, Raymond C. Box 178. Hwy. 393, LaGrange 40031, 
222-7302. 222-9441 

Williams, Becky. 6508 Southside Drive, Louisville 40214, 
367-6686 

Williams, Buford W., Bullitt Central High School, Shep- 
herdsville 40165, 543-4632, 543-7021 

Williams, Donald L., Rt. 4, Shelbyville 40065, 633-3846 

WiUlams, Gary L.. 28 Circle Drive, ShelbyviUe 40065. 633- 
6029, 426-6020 

Williams. Gregory M.. S-8 Seminary Village. Louisville 
40207. 895-2376 

Williams. James A.. 203 Guthrie, Horse Cave 42749. 786- 
2867, 758-2214 

Williams, S. Jack, 10 Graham Avenue, Frankfort 40601, 
223-5078, 564-6913 

Williams, Roger, 404 Bond Street, Richmond 40475, 623- 
3126, 623-2416 

Williamson, David, 211 Orchard Heights, Hazard 41701, 
436-2638, 436-3155 



Williamson, Kenneth, 976 Highland Ave., Jackson 41339 
666-7709 

Willlngham, Mike, 2425 Park Drive, Apt. V, Henderson 
42420, 826-7897, 827-3537 

Wilshire, Buddie, Edmonton 42129, 432-5852, 432-5303 

Wilson, Kenneth H., Box 15-A-l, Livermore 43252, 278- 
2493. 278-2327 

Wilson, Jim, Towering Hills, Nancy 42544, 636-6512, 679- 
5507 

Wilson, Malcolm, Rt. #1, Hines Rd., Paducah 42001, 554- 
2546, 442-6131, Ext. 26 

Wilson, Michael E., 26 Sylvon Drive, Alexandria 41001, 
635-3331, 781-4500 

Wilson, Paul A., Irvington 40146, 547-2522, 547-2971 

Wilson, Plomer C, Rt. #4, Box 432, Shelbyville 40065, 
633-5366, 477-2201 

Withrow, Roy D., Route #2, Cave City 42127, 773-3575, 
678-2682 

Wingfleld, Felix G., 1132 Eastern Parkway, LoiUsville 40217, 
632-2282, 772-2531 

Winfrey, Shelby, 315 Sharon Drive, CampbeUsvllle 42718. 
465-8392, 465-5502 

Wise, Gaila A. 1525 Arling Avenue. Louisville 40215, 363- 
4503 

Wolfe, Dennis R., 1706 Woodbtim Avenue, Covington 41014, 
431-6425, 852-3847 

Wolfe, Jim H.. 332 West 17th Street, Covington 41014, 
431-6272, 369-5287 

Wood, Gary Lee, 227 Jackson Street, Georgetown 40324, 
863-4569, 863-2311 

Woosley, Darrell, P. O. Box 55. Phelps 41553, 456-7597 

Woosley, Donald. 3823 Miami, Louisville 40212, 776-2940 

Wooton, Danny G., 96 Rosemont, Providence 42450, 667- 
2932. 667-2613 

Wright, Gary Lee, Hardinsburg, 40143. 756-5881. 756-5881 

Wright, Roy Cable, Box 14, Salt Lick 40371, 683-2801 

Wyatt, Edwin, Rt. #1, Box 25, St. Charles 42453, 669-4265 

Yeager, Sherry, Rt. 1, Finchville 40022, 624-2563, 722-5423, 

Yelton, Nicholas. 36 Westwood Drive. Erlanger 41018. 341- 
8193. 292-4270 

Zlamal. Raymond, 1465 NW 19th Terrace, Apt. 103, Miami, 
Florida 33125, 305-325-1508, 305-324-4455 Ext. 3031 



FILMS 

The films listed below are in the Film Llbruy of the 
University of Kentucky'i College of Education. The code 
letters "e, ], s, c, a" refer to elemenlarr. Junior high, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 



BaskelbaU 

BASKETBALL BY RUPP, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $3,00 

Animated play diagrams, slow motion photog- 
raphy, and action shot are combined in this new 
film prepared under the personal direction of 
Mr. Rupp, especially for coaching use. Among the 
drills and plays covered in this film are: pivot 
man's slide into the basket; Play No. 6, the fa- 
mous Kentucky basket maker; legal screening; 
penetration zone defense; and the Kentucky fast 
brejik. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1976 



Page Eleven 



BASKETBALL BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels 
(30 min.) color, $1.00 

Penetrates beneath the surface of the game to 
provide a thorough examination of the playing 
rules and officiating procedures. It will aid the 
fans as well as officials, coaches and players to 
better understand those difficult judgment deci- 
sions that occur constantly. (KHSAA) 
BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS — INDIVI- 
DUAL TECHNIQUES, j-s-c-a, IV4 reels. $2.50 
Branch McCracken, Indiana University bas- 
ketball coach, used his team to demonstrate the 
fundamentals of basketball. Slow motion pho- 
tography is used to break the various court tech- 
niques down into easily grasped essentials. 
BASKETBALL KENTUCKY STYLE, j-s-c-a, 2 
reels, $3.00 (in state), $5.00 (out of slate) 

This is the revised edition of the film "basket- 
ball by Rupp," prepared under the personal direc- 
tion of Mr. Rupp especially for coaching use. 
BASKETBALL TECHNIQUES FOR GIRLS, j-s- 
c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Basic movement skills (running, starting, 
stopping, turning) passing (finger control, move- 
ment with the pass, leading the receiver, choice 
of the right pass), catching (side pass, hi^ pass), 
shooting (finger control, arm extension, wrist flip, 
choice of the right shot), dribbling, faking, and 
pivoting are demonstrated and explained in this 
film. 

BASKETBALL TODAY, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (33 min.), 
color, $1.00 

This film differentiates between goal tending 
and basket interference. Why can't there be goal 
tending during a free throw? It takes all other 
questionable situations and simplifies them for the 
fans, players, coaches and officials in this new film. 
CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL— TEAM TECH- 
NIQUES, j-s, 1 reel, $2.00 

Man-to-Man defense is shown, with the means 
best used under varying conditions. 
DEFENSIVE FOOTWORK IN BASKETBALL. 

j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Striding with an opponent, checking, maneuv- 
ering him out of position and other basic skills are 
illustrated, using special photography to demon- 
strate points. Rebounding, pivoting, and correlated 
arm action are taught also. 
LOUISVILLE MALE VS ANDERSON COUNTY 

(1971 Basketball Finals), e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels 

(33 min.). Color, Silent, $1.00. 

The Male Bulldogs displayed their superiority 
in wearing down a smaller but talented Anderson 
County to win the championship for the second 
consecutive year, 83-66. (K.H.S.A.A.) 

RUPP'S PARADE TO THE NATIONAL CHAM- 
PIONSHIP of 1958, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, $4.50 

This film presents the highlights of all the 
games, both regular season and tournament games, 
which led up to the U of K's Wildcats winning the 
NCAA basketball crown. 
SHOOTING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, 

$2.00 

Concentrating on the set shot, this film pic- 
tures the action of the throw, stance, aim, tra- 
jectory, and fingertip control. Special attention is 
given total body coordination, especially inward 
rotation of the hand and eirm making the throw. 

WINNING WAYS, 16mm (28 min.), color (or 

black and white) 

The film is designed to provide the viewer 
with a better understanding of the rules and a 



finer appreciation of basketball as played at the 
interscholastic and intercollegiate levels. Throu^ 
the use of slow motion photography, stop action 
and instant replay, colorful and informative play 
situations are demonstrated by both boys' and 
girls' teams to illustrate the guidelines used by 
officials in making those tough judgment decisions 
that constantly occur in basketball. 

Swimming 

BACK STROKE, e-j-s-c-a, 1% reels (15 min.), 
$3.00 

CJood body position and efficient arm action 
are the basis for the fine performance. Sr)ecial 
attention is given to the start and the turn. Effec- 
tive use is made of animation, stop action and 
slow motion. 

BEGINNING SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 
Through scenes photographed both above and 
beneath the surface of the water, basic techniques 
of swimming for beginners are demonstrated. 
Land and water drills involving kicking, breathing 
floating, padding and stroking and pulling with 
the arm practiced separately, then coordinated as 
the swimmer learn the American crawL "The back 
float, back stroke, and breast stroke are also il- 
lustrated and explained. 

BREAST STROKE, SIDE STROKE AND UNDER- 
WATER SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, $2.00 
This film presents the conventional breast 

stroke, timing and strokes, and the kick. 

BUTTERFLY, e-j-s-c-a, IVz reels (16 min.), $3.00 
Newest and most challenging of the swimming 
strokes is examined in detail. Making use of slow 
motion underwater photography, the arm action 
and dolphin kick are analyzed. Correct timing be- 
tween arms and leg action is vital to performance. 
Reasons for timing are clearly explained. 

CHAMPIONSHIP SWIMMING: PERFECTING 
TECHNIQUE, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, (19 min.), col- 
or, $5.50 

Outlines briefly the program and training 
methods used by the Santa Clara Swim Club that 
may be used by anyone to train swimmers. "The 
techniques illustrated, such as weight training, 
circle training, pace clocks, bench and stroke 
work, and interval training, when properly ap- 
plied in the appropriate circumstances, with all 
prove beneficial in perfecting swimming style. 

CRAWL STROKE, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

The basic principles of the stroke are pre- 
sented in this film. TTie arm stroke, the kick, and 
the breathing are demonstrated. This film also 
includes slow motion shots underwater. 

DIVING FUNDAMENTALS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel. $2.00 
After a brief history of the sport of diving, the 
following points are explained and demonstrated: 
the hurdle jump, determining the correct distance, 
proper arm action, correct way of landing on the 
feet, proper takeoff and lift, correct entry into 
the water. The backward dive is also taught, in- 
cluding lift, arching the body, and entiy into the 
water. The motion is stopped at various points to 
enable detailed study of form. 

DOLPHIN KICK, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

An excellent swimmer, an underwater camera 
and carefully devised teaching demonstrations in- 
troduce the new swimming techniques known as 
the dolphin or fishtail kick. Analyzing the body 
movements used in the dolphin kick, the film 
stresses the importance of practice for mastery of 
this efficient speedy kick. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1976 



TO FOOTBALL COACHES AND ATHLETIC DIRECTORS 

SUBJECT: CO-OPERATIVE FOOTBALL PLAN 

^Aany Kentucky high schools participate in the Co-operative Football Plan. Over the years, this 
plan has provided maximum protection at a minimum cost for your players. The plan has 
changed very little from year to year and, while I feel that the coverage is adequate, you may 
have some other ideas about it. 

I would like to have your comments as to how you feel we can improve the plan. Any increase 
in the benefits will result in a corresponding increase in the cost of the plan to your school. 
But it may be necessary to do this in order to keep up with the increases in hospital and medical 
costs. 



Your ideas are important. Let me hear from you. 



AL ARBOGAST 



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GENERAL AGENT 



CHARLES C. PRICE 



PHONE 276-1472 



DROWN PROOFING, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (9 min.), col- 
or, $4.50 

Shows how to stay afloat and travel in water 
even if you have never learned to swim. Ninety- 
nine per cent (99%) of all men and about ninety- 
nine point nine per cent (99.9%) of all women can 
remain on the surface in fresh water without 
moving, as can nearly all children. 
I'M NO FOOL IN WATER, p-e-j-a, 1 reel (8 min.), 

color, $3.00 

Jimmy Cricket illustrates the "do's" and 
"don'ts" of water safety precautions. Points out 
the basic rules: wait at least two hours after eat- 
ing, stay out when water is too cold, never swim 
alone, and dive only when you know the water 
is deep enough. 
SPRINT CRAWL, e-j-s-c-a, 11/2 reels (14 min.), 

$3.00 

Underwater photography plus animation dem- 
onstrate the dynamics of moving solid bodies 
through water and the resistance factors that must 
be overcome. You see the employment of arms and 
legs as well as entire body for speed, streamlining 
power. Championship racing starts, breathing tech- 
niques, and turns are shown in slow motion. 
SWIM AND LIVE, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $2.00 

Men of the Army Air Force at Miami are 
taught to swim from floating to swimming through 
burning oil. The film is useful for pre-induction 
instruction and for safety classes as well as for 
general programs. 
SWIMMING BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 1% reels, 

(18 min.), color, $1.00 

■The first film ever produced to demonstrate 
the interpretation of the rules of swimming. 
Official procedures for starting, stroke judging, 
turn judging, finish judging and timing are illus- 
trated. Divers in action show numerous faults and 
how much each fault lowers the diver's score. 
(K.H.S.A.A.) 



Wrestling 

JIU JITSU, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (13 min.), $1.00 

Demonstrates the effective, dangerous Jiu 
Jitsu defense against knife, gun, club and mug- 
ging attacks. 

WRESTLING BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels 

(18 min.), color, $1.00 

Devoted to rules interpretations and officiat- 
ing procedures. A visual approach to the written 
rules is shown in sixty scenes. Guidelines for 
officiating such areas as takedowns, reversals, 
stalling, technical violations and illegal holds are 
presented. (K.H.S.A.A.) 

WRESTLING OFFICIATING ILLUSTRATED, 

j-s-c-a, 2 reels, color, $1.00 

Interpretations given in Wrestling Officiating 
Illustrated have been made by the National Fed- 
eration members of the Joint Rules Committee. 
The film covers takedowns, reversals, escapes, 
leaving the mat, stalling, scoring and illegal holds 
such as body slam, bar slam, full nelson and chick- 
en wing. Guidelines for officiating and inter- 
preting the rules are provided. In all there are 
sixty separate scenes of wrestling. This film will 
provide the much needed guidance eind proper 
interpretations for interscholastic competition. 
WRESTLING TODAY, 16mm, (17 min.), color 

This film displays the starting position on the 
mat, for the defensive and offensive man and also 
the referee's position. Also when control is gained, 
tcikedown, when control is lost or the escape, when 
control change is reversed. The near fall and pin- 
ning situations from a takedown standpoint, stall- 
ing tactics in neutral positions. 

This is a brief synopsis of the pertinent areas 
of the rules code illustrated in this color film. The 
movie was produced by the National Federation 
of State High School Associations. 



FOOTBALL DISTRICTS AND REGIONS 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association set the football dis- 
tricts and regions for 1977 and 1978 as follows: 



CLASS A 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Ballard Memorial, Crittenden County, Fort 
Campbell, Fulton, Fulton County, Russellville 
District 2— 

Campbellsville, Cavema, Clinton County, Ga- 
maliel, Hancock County, Metcalfe County, Tom- 
pkinsville 

REGION II 

District 1 — 

Berea, Harrodsburg, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, 
Madison, Mercer County, Paris, Sayre 
District 2— 

Beth Haven, Eminence, Evangel, Frankfort, 
Kentucky Country Day, Owen County, Trimble 
County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Dayton, Ludlow 
District 2— 

Fairview, Maysville, Millersburg Military Inst., 
Nicholas County, Raceland 

REGION IV 

District 1— 

Cumberland, Harlan, Lynch, Lynn Camp, 
Pineville. Williamsburg 
District 2-- 

Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, Mullins, 
Paintsville, Phelps, Pikeville, Virgie, Wheelwright 



CLASS AA 
REGION I 

District 1— 

Caldwell County, Heath, Mayfield, Murray, 
Todd Central, Trigg County 
District 2— 

Adair County, Allen County, Butler County, 
Edmonson County, Glasgow, Green County, Hart 
County. Taylor County, Warren East 

REGION II 

District 1 — 

Anderson, Bardstown, East Hardin, Fort Knox 
LaRue County, North Bullitt, Washington Count; 
West Hardin 
District 2— 

Bath County, Fleming County, Lewis County, 
Rowan County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Boyle County, Casey County, Estill County, 
Garrard County. Russell County, Somerset, Wayne 
County 
District 2— 

Bell County, Corbin, Evarts, Middlesboro 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Hazard. Johns Creek, M. C. Napier, Whites- 
burg 
District 2— 

East Carter. Louisa, Morgan County, Prestons- 
burg, West Carter 



CLASS AAA 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Lone Oak, Reidland, Union County, Webster 
County 
District 2 — 

Barren County, Franklin-Simpson, McLean 
County, Ohio County, Warren Central 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Breckinridge County, Elizabethtown, Grayson 
County, Meade County, Oldham County, Shelby 
County 
District 2— 

Bourbon County, Danville, Harrison County, 
Montgomery County, Scott County, Woodford 
County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Conner, Covington Catholic, Highlands, Lloyd 
Memorial. Newport, Newport Catholic 
District 2— 

Jessamine County, Knox Central, Lincoln 
County, Madison Central, Rockcastle County, 
Whitley County 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Breathitt County, James A. Cawood, Leslie 
County 
District 2— 

Belfry, Johnson Central, Russell 

CLASS AAAA — JEFFERSON COUNTY 

District 1 — 

Bishop David, Butler, Doss, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Shawnee, Valley, Westei-n 
District 2— 

Ahrens, Central, DeSales, Fairdale, Male, 
Moore, Southern, Stuart 
District 3— 

Atherton. Fern Creek, Iroquois, Jeffersontown, 
Manual, St. Xavier, Seneca 
District 4 — 

Ballard, Durrett, Eastern, Thomas Jefferson, 
Trinity, Waggener, Westport 

CLASS AAAA — STATE 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Bowling Green, Christian County, Hopkins- 
ville, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall Coun- 
ty. Paducah Tilghman 
District 2— 

Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson County, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic 

REGION II 

District 1 — 

Bullitt Central, Marion County, Nelson Coun- 
ty. North Hardin 
District 2— 

Franklin County, George Rogers Clark, Laurel 
County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Henry Clay, Lafayette 
District 2— 

Bryan Station, Tates Creek 

REGION IV 

District 1- 

Boone County Campbell County, Dixie 
Heights. Holmes, Simon Kenton 
District 2— 

Boyd County, Greenup County, Paul G. Blazer 



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K. Kostas, M. Eva^u, T. Wheeler, C Eades, M. Molitor, S. Hahlen. Second Row: J. Roszman, M. 
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W. Jenkins. 



UNION COUNTY — CLASS AAA, REGION I, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Fronl Row: Mgr. O. Back, J. Deibler, K. Rich, G. Mooze, D. Mills, A. Quertermoua. B. Babbi, D. 
Holloran. P. Henshaw, R. Tinunons, R. White, E, Jackso^i, J, Pride. Second Row: R. Steward, J. Jenkins, S. Oyer, 
E. Sheffer. D. Moore. M. Clunie, P. Howard, J. Caudill, R. Coffman. T. Patterson, G. Sheffer. Third Row: R. Lovell, 
R. Shelton. E. Shaffer, T. Conway, D. Sheridan, M. Adkins, M. Pride, C. Farley, J. Deibler, J. Pride, P. Utley, B. 
Holloran. R. Steward. 



FRANKLIN SIMPSON — CLASS AAA, REGION I, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




^ ft 



(Left to Right) Front Row: K. Kinsiow, R. FuUer, J. Ellis, P. Bradford, J. Mullins, B. Cook, D. Gent, S. Raby, 
C. Atkins. T. Rafferty. Second Row: B. J. Stanley, T. Love. M. Mervine. D. Hendricks, J. Stanley, G. Dallas, S. Berry. 
B. Stanley, J. Flippin. J. Tarrence, K. Jernigan. Third Row: D. Evans, S. Gamble. S. Raby, R. Goodium, G. Allen, T. 
Burrell, M. Carter, J. James, K. Hall, J. Lunsford. Fourth Row: C. Biggsbee, G. Phillips, D. Madison, C. Munday, C. 
Mayhew, J. Jernigan, D. Clark, H. Kirby, R. Chandler. C. Burgelt. 




The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIX 



DECEMBER, 1976 



$1.00 Per Year 



CLASS AAA 
1976 CROSS COUNTRY MEET 

The Class AAA Cross Country Meet was held 
at Bellarmine College, Louisville, on October 30, 
1976. Mr. Robert Pfaadt and Ken Combs managed 
the Class AAA. 

/ Individual winners are as foUrows: Michele 
Lowery, Westport High School (Girls); Mike Mc- 
Kay, Southern High School (Boys). 

Team scores: BOYS — Trinity, 37; St. Xavier, 
54; BaUard, 85; Stuart, 115; Moore, 121; Male, 135; 
Doss. 144; Butler, 237. GIRLS — Waggener, 43; 
Butler, 59; Moore, 84; Jeffersontown, 98; Pleasure 
Ridge Park, 110; Western, 147; Central, 168; 
Sacred Heart, 216. 

The order in which the first ten runners fin- 
ished is given below, including the times: 

1. BOYS — Mike McKay, Southern (10:47); 
2. Dale Sirrine, Ballard (10:51); 3. John Bryan. 
Trinity (10:53); 4. Rick Miller, Trinity (10:54); 

5. Steve Schulz, St. Xavier (10:55); 6. Tim Lyons, 
Trinity (10:59); 7. Neal Pipkin, Atherton (11:01); 
8. C. WiUenbrink. St. Xavier (11:02); 9. Robert 
Sheehan. St. Xavier (11:04); 10. Mark Graves. St. 
Xavier (11:05). 

1. GIRLS — Michele Lowery, Westport (8:49); 
2. Kathy Jones, Pleasure Ridge Park (8:57); 3. 
Susan Jaggers, Butler (9:01); 4. Jenny Martin, 
Waggener (9:02); 5. Leslie Voit, Manual (9:20); 

6. Karen Jones, Pleasure Ridge Park (9:22); 7. 
Karyn Kiefer, Waggener (9:22); 8. Susan Owings, 
BuUer (9:26); 9. Shelia Clay, Butler (9:41); 10. 
Mary Hartlage, Moore (9:46). 

Delegate Assembly Members 

Members of the Delegate Assembly at the 
forthcoming 1977 annual meeting of the Associa- 
tion were elected by the principals of K.H.S.A.A. 
member schools on ballots returned to the State 
Office before November 15. There were several 
ties in the voting for delegate and alternate. 
These ties were broken recently, with the dele- 
gates and alternates determined by lot. Article 
IV, Section 2-b, of the Constitution states in the 
last sentence "If the duly elected delegate or 
alternate does not answer the roll call at the 
annual meeting of the Delegate Assembly, the 
district shall remain not represented." The names 
of the district representatives are as follows: 

(1) James H. Phillips, (2) Joe Dallas, (3) 
Donald M. Jones, (4) Ron McAhster, (5) A. Y. 
Hodge. Jr., (6) Bob Rogers, (7) CaldweU Smith, (8) 
Bill Perry, (9) Bill Van Winkle, (10) Jim Wilcox, 
(11) James A. Hum, (12) Cecil Goff, (13) Howard 
Gorrell, (14) Kenneth Ralston, (15) Charles B. 
Honeycutt, (16) Randall Grider, (17) Charles Rawl- 
ings. (18) Roger Truitt, (19) T. G. Florence, (20) 
Al Sullivan, (21) Earl Mullins, (22) John J. Moll, 
Sr.. (23) Walter J. Pickett, (24) Edwin K. Binford, 
(25) Paul Gering, (26) Thomas McCarthy, (27) 
James B. Smith. (28) Arthur K. Draut, (29) Marvin 
Stewart, (30) Dalton Oak, (31) Blake Hazelton. 
(32) Eddie Gabbert, (33) BiU Jones, (34) Fred 
Moeves, (35) Bro. Matthew Smith, (36) Bob Miller, 
(37) Joe Judy, (38) Harry E. Meacham, (39) Sister 
Jude Birch, (40) Ewell Smoot, Jr.. (41) Albert Wall, 



CLASS AAA CROSS COUNTRY 
Boys' Individual Champion 




Mike McKay. Southern High School, individual 
winner. Class AAA Cross Country. 

(42) Delmar Warren, (43) Warren Featherston, 
(44) Donnie CUck, (45) Don M. Turner (46) Hollis 
DeHart, (47) Robert Stephens, (48) Bob Sullivan, 
(49) Bobby Keith, (50) Charles D. Black, (51) 
James A. Pursifull. (52) John Wilson, (53) Jack 
Hall, (54) John T. Quillen, (55) R. B. Singleton, 
(56) James R. Bowman, (57) Howard W. Wallen, 
(58) Denzil Holbert, (59) Tom Swartz, (60) Winston 
Adkins, (61) Frank C. Bruns, (62) Jack Fultz, (63) 
Richard Baker, (64) Allen Osborne. 
Alternates 
(1) Barklev Jones, (2) Donnie Rudolph, (3) 
Charles W. Ford, (4) Bobby G. Miller, (5) Kenneth 
T. Hardin, (6) Thomas W. Johnson, (7) Floyd 
Brown, (8) Marshall Patterson, (9) Frank A. List, 
(10) Perry Hill, (11) Dean Hobbs, (12) Darrel 
Hampton, (13) Larry A. Chelf, (14) Richard Sisney. 
(15) Bill Jones, (16) John McCarley, (17) Ray Story, 
(18) Cortland Cox, (19) Albert T. Johnson, (20) 
David Fryrear, (21) Eugene Schreiner, (22) Claude 
Purvis, (23) John S. Pittinger, (24) James R. 
Burch, (25) Bro. John WiUis, (26) Joe Hagan, 
(27) William Craigmeyer, (28) Patrick Crawford, 
(29) C. T. Collins, (30) Sam Chandler, (31) Dave 
Hart, (32) C. R. Wenderoth, (33) Owen Hauck, 
(34) Tony Bezold, (35) Robert Schneider, (36) 
Tim Barrow, (37) Cobbie Lee, (38) Larry Allison, 
(39) Charles Hughes, (40) George Kirk, (41) Robert 
Hoagland, (42) Zeb Blankenship, (43) Wilton FuU- 
er, (44) James Miller, (45) Steele Harmon, (46) 
Forrest Stafford, (47) George O. Horton, (48) 
Harold Storm, (49) Jerry Hacker, (50) Louie Mar- 
tin, (51) Ernest Slusher, (52) Basil Mills, (53) 
William Wright, (54) James Winston Fields, (55) 
Bobby R. Smith, (56) Charles Duncil, (57) Paul 
Setzer. (58) David Turner. (59) Ronald Kendrick, 
(60) Frank T. Welch. (61) Denzil Dennis, (62) 
David Tabor, (63) Walter Willis, (64) Randall 
Mason. 



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DECEMBER, 1976 VOL. XXXIX — No. 5 Robinson, Frank, 4303 Newport Road 1, Louisville 40218, 

. 454-5572, 452-4633 

Published monthly, except June and July, by Ihe Rose. Roger W.. 804 Evans Dr., Middlesboro 40965, 248- 

Kenlucky High School Athletic Association ^^ ^ISC 248-1193 

Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, g"^'=1^"^,.P?"'', 205 Cannons Ln., Louisville 40206, 895-4973 
Lexington, Ky. 40502 ^^^#co .'^'<^h^^' ^- Route 4, Elizabethtown 42701, 737-7448, 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky Walls, Mickey. 114 Harvey Lane. Princeton 42445, 365-9871 

Acceptance for mailing at special rale of postage provid- Washington, Eugene, 517 Clifton, Versailles, 873-3550, 272- 
ed for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 2411 

May 3, 1926. 

Editor TOM MILLS Tn-r/' /- r- i xvr i- ^rr- ■ . 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 1976 Certified Wrestline Officials 

Assistant Editor DLANNE H. GAINES „,. tit-, o •..,. ? 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT CUne, Jack D. Smith, Joe 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE Easley, Dan Todd, Timothy D. 

Lexington, Kentucky Lineberry, Mark D. Warren, Lawrence A. 

BOARD OF CONTROL Mann, Larry Weenolsen, Robert Q 

President GEORGE E. SAUER (1974-1978) LouisvUIe 

vice-pres. ... RAY STORY (1974-1978) Radciiff 1976 Approvcd Wrestling Officials 

Directors Denval Barriger (1975-1979), Bowling Green; '^^ O 

Jack Burkich (1976-1980), Whitesburg; Eldon E. Davidson Buchanan, John W. Scholitz, Randy F 

(1973-1977), MonliceUo; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), Clarkson WiUiam 
Louisville; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexington; Cecil ' 

Reid (1973-1977), Symsonia; Paul Trimble (1976-1980), ■ 

Paintsville. Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 

representative. Supplementary List of 

Subscription Rate $1.00 per year t. • 1 n < 1 << ,-,•. 

^^^=^^=^^^^^^==^=^=^===^ Registered Basketball Officials 

Moyn //e %mmtii,oy,e^ i ^/^ce <List Compiled November 24) 

If ihe telephone number is given for an official, it 

is the home phone numher unless otherwise designated. 

Attention, Principals and Superintendents ^.U^e" ''"'"''"' "" '"""' ''"' '^'' """""" " """ "'*""' 

The forms to be used for ordering tickets to '^'^'^sT^'ifal""'^ '^' ^"'■- *^^"*''^' ^'- "^rian 40831. 573-1842. 

the State Basketball Tournaments wiU be mailed Adams^ James c. 103 Glen Cove, Nichoiasviiie 40356. 885- 
in December. Instead of trying to get the order 3471. 858-4415 

postmarked January 2, as indicated on the Mem- ^''''^8-6232^' '^'^' *''' ^°^ ^^' ^^'^"'^^^^^'^ *™^2' 598-3262. 

orandum Calendar, you may send anytime Aidridge. James R.. 119 Edgewood Rd.. Radciiff 40160 
through January 15 without loss of priority. The 351-9689, 351-3181 

Board of Control has set up a seating rotation ^'^^^I^^jIm °°"' "^ *^' ^"'^ ^^' '^""""'^ ^'^'^^- ^58-3048, 

plan to be used from one year to another for dis- Alien. Hilary L.. Box 232. Vine Grove 40175. 828-3669. 

tributing the tickets calling for seats in the arena. 625-3579 

Also, this will give you additional time to prepare ^"'Sv4?*"^?fe.|if 5 "^"""^ ^'^^ '^^^^- Lexington 40502. 266- 

the order. Anderson. Roger L.. Rt. #2. Box 59. Harlan 40831. 573-2795, 

573-2536 

Anderson. Luther S.. Rt. #2. Carlisle 40311, 289-2364, 
289-2364 

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF ''•'''2!f-^92^50,^255-0835 ^^ ^"^ ^- ^'" *^' ^'''"^*°" ■«'^«' 

REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS Ashcrah. Oaryl W.. 'r.R. #1. box 364. MaysvlUe 41056. 

883-3646. 883-3166 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it Atzinger Phyllis M.. 5533 Arid Lane. Louisville 40258, 
is the home phone number unless otherwise designated. ?? 1 "v. ^i^'Jr *„^ ^, „ «..= « i., j .,,,,, noo 

If two numbers are given, the first number is the home Austin Robert E..Rt. #1. Box 245. Ashland 41101, 928- 
Dhnne 8662, o24-3171 , Ext. 39 

•^ Backert. Tony. 3507 Autumn Way. Louisville 40218. 451- 
Bryant, Stephen D.. 203 Norris Dr., Clarksville. Tenn. 37040 5505 or 451-5559 

Cardin. G. Melvis. 13203 Meadowlawn Drive, Louisville Bailev. Harrison. P.O. Box 325, Vicco 41773. 476-2774, 

40272, 937-5035, 968-6111 439-1783 

Cave. James L.. 7902 Bardstown Road. Louisville 40291, Bailey. Jimmv H., 358 Coombs. Bowling Green 42101, 

239-3718 781-7821 

Davenport. David E.. 223 Capt. Frank, New Albany, Baker. Doug. 821 S. 9th St., Mayfield 42066. 247-4171 

Indiana 47150. 995-4308 945-0297 Baker. George. 425 Hopklnsville Street. Greenville 42345. 
Davis. Chris B., P. O. Box 96. Stone. 41567. 353-4593 338-5311 

Dostal. John. 5005 E. Sundown Ct., Louisville 40222. 426- Baker. Ronald A.. 1132 Centurian Rd., Lexington 40502. 

4256. 451-2183 272-1260. 254-6412 

Easley. Dan. Route 3, Nichoiasviiie 40356, 885-9613, 858-3511 Barna. John. 2069 Williamsburg Rd.. Lexington 40504. 
Fortunato, Robert A.. 1132 Samuel St., Louisville 40204, 278-5279, 259-1654 (Both Home) 

637-7102, 584-5141 Barnes. Doug. Rt. #2. Box 15. Dawson Springs 42408. 
Griggs. John N., 3045 Dartmouth Dr.. Lexington 40503, 796-8621, 667-2083 

272-4749 Barnes. Roger, Hunters Trl. Court. Hartforl 42347. 298-7059 

Hall. Gary. Box 608. Elkhorn City 41522, 754-4315. 754-9098 Barrett, Wm. C. #16. 800 Leawood Dr.. Frankfort 40601. 
Hodge. Kenneth. 4304 Mt. Vernon Rd., Louisville 40220, 223-8806, 252-1456 

456-1261, 454-7692 Bates. Jimmie. 7809 Mango Drive, Louisville 40258. 937- 
Johnson, Thomas. 112 LaRue Court. Radciiff 40160. 748-2385 8082, 635-2673 

Laudeman. Bob, 206 Don Allen Rd.. Louisville 40207. Baxter. Robert Mc. C-ville College. Box 84, Campbellsville 

895-3944 42718. 789-9946 

Lineberry. Mark D.. 511 Christopher Dr.. Louisville 40214, Baxter. Wm. H.. 113 Wedgewood, Glasgow 42141. 651-3300, 

367-1496. 588-5163 651-3213 

Martin, Alan, 2511 Lamborne Blvd., Louisville 40272. Beeler. Arthur L.. 2201 Wlngfield Ct.. Louisville 40216. 

935-0031. 452-5128 774-3736. 583-6587 

Martin Donny. 201 Travlor St.. Princeton. 42445, 365-5417 Belcher. Wm. O.. Box 99. LeJunior 40849. 837-2607. 837-2840 

Merpdith. Clyde K., Hwy. #62 West. East View 42732, Bell. Henry B., 960 Waverlv Dr.. Lexington 40505. 255-5108. 

862-.1492 252-1771 

Miller. John C., 500 Hollow Creek Rd., Apt. 45, Lexington Bell. Gary M.. 9419 Doral Ct., Apt #7, Louisville 40220. 

40511. Bus. 258-5826 491-2336. 774-7764 

P'Pool, Frederick C, 700 Woodland Ave., Lexington 40508, Bennett, Mark S,, Box 2442. Univ. Station. Murray 42071. 

258-2350. 257-3069 767-4310 

Quinn. Larry. Route 1. 2914 Sunset Drive, New Albany, Best. Ray T., 407 D.ieddah Dr.. Lawrenceburg 40342. 839- 

Ind., 47150. 945-3986 7316. 839-4577 

Rhorer, Hugh. 1333 Centre Pkwy, Apt, 10, Lexington 40502 Biter. Charles D.. Sr.. 6602 Moorhaven Dr.. Louisville 

272-9762, 258-«140 40228, 239-3580. 452-4676 

Roach, Bob, 1474 B. Hill St., Radciiff, 40160. 351-6136 (Continued On Page Eleven) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1976 



Page Three 



1976 Kentucky State High School Football Playoff Winners 

CLASS A 
REGION I 



District 1 — Ft. Campbell 


-28 




-38 


Ft. Campbell -22 






- 7 


Ft. Campbell 




'District 2 — Campbellsville 




- 9 






- 8 






REGION II 

District 1 — Harrodsburg 


Bellevue - 




•District 2 — Frankfort 


-16 


♦Frankfort 






-17 






-24 




Ft. Campbell 


REGION UI 

District 1 — Bellevue 


State Champion 
Class A 




- 3 


Bellevue 


Commonwealth 

Stadium 
Nov. 26, 1976 


♦District 2 — Nicholas Co. 




-16 


REGION IV 


- 






District 1 — Lynch 






♦District 2 — Paintsville 


-41 


♦Paintsville 











CLASS AA 



REGION I 

District 1 — Mayfield 


-48 


Mayfield 


-21 


Mayfield - 






- 6 




♦District 2 — Edmonson Co. 


♦Bardstown 


- 7 






- 7 




REGION U 

District 1 — Bardstown 


Corbin - 6 




♦District 2 — Scott County 


- 




Corbin 


-26 


Corbin 




- 8 


REGION III 

District 1 — Somerset 


State Champion 
Class AA 




-22 




♦District 2 — Corbin 


♦Whitesburg 


- 7 


Stadium 
Nov. 26, 1976 


REGION IV 


-17 




District 1 — Whitesburg 






♦District 2 — Prestonsburg 


-13 











CLASS AAA 



REGION I 

District 1 — Union County 


-21 


Union County 


- 6 


Shelby Co, - 






- 




♦District 2 — Franklin Simpson 


♦Shelby Co. 


- 18 






-14 




REGION II 

District 1 — Shelby County 


Lloyd Mem. - 24 




♦District 2 — Danville 


- 7 




Lloyd Mem. 


-26 


Lloyd Memorial 




-43 


REGION III 

District 1 — Lloyd Memorial 


State Champion 
Class AAA 




- 6 




♦District 2 — Whitley Co. 


♦Belfry 


- 6 


Stadium 
Nov. 27, 1976 


REGION IV 


-12 




District 1 — Cawood 






♦District 2 — Belfry 


-30 











Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1976 



1976 Kentucky State High School Football Playoff Winners 
CLASS AAAA — JEFFERSON COUNTY 



REGION I 

District 1 — Trinity - 3 




Trinity 


- 3 










District 2 — St. Xavier - 






- 




REGION U 

District 1 —Pleasure Ridge Park - 




Trinity - 28 


Jefferson Co. 

Champion 
Class AAAA 

Trinity 


District 2 — Seneca - 10 


Seneca 


- 19 






- 


Seneca 


District 3 — Fairdale - 20 








ni<;trirt 4 Fern Crpek - 16 


Fairdale 














— STATE 


CLASS AAAA 


Commonwealth 

Stadium 

Lexington 

CLASS AAAA 
Champion 



REGION I 

District 1 — Bowling Green 


- 3 


Henderson Co. 


-23 


Henderson Co. 






- 7 


District 2 — Henderson Co. 


Franklin Co. 


- 6 




- 


-22 




REGION II 

District 1 — BuUitt Central 


Tates Creek 


-10 


Henderson Co. -24 




-22 


District 2 — Franklin Co. 


Tates Creek 


-14 




- 8 


REGION III 

District 1 — Lafayette 






-21 




District 2 — Tates Creek 


Paul G. Blazer 


-13 


State Champion 
Class AAAA 




- 7 


REGION IV 

District 1 — Boone County 








District 2 — Paul G. Blazer 


-20 





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Page Five 



1976-1977 K.H.S.A.A. MEMBERSHIP AND ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS AND 
REGIONS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 



REGION I 



School 

D. 1 Carlisle County 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Hickman County 
D. 2 Ballard Memorial 

Heath 

Lone Oak 

Paducah Tilghman 

Reidland 

St. Mary 
D. 3 Cuba 

Fancy Farm 

Farmington 

Lowes 

Mayfield 

Sedalia 

Symsonia 

Wingo 
D. 4 Calloway County 

Marshall County 

Murray 



D. 5 Caldwell County 
Crittenden County 
Livingston Central 
Lyon County 
Trigg County 

D. 6 Henderson County 
Providence 
Union County 
Webster County 

D. 7 Dawson Springs 
Madisonville- 

North Hopkins 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 

D. 8 Christian County 
Ft. Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
Todd Co. Central 
Univ. Heights 
Academy 



D. 9 Apollo 

Daviess County 
McLean County 
Mt. St. Joseph Aca. 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Cath. 

D. 10 Bremen Con. 
Central City 
Drakesboro 
Graham 
Greenville 
Hughes-Kirk 
Muhlenberg Cen. 

D. 11 Breckinridge Co. 
Frederick Fraize 
Hancock County 
St. Romuald 
Trinity 

D. 12 Butler County 
Fordsville 
Grayson County 
Ohio County 



Address 

Bardwell 42023 
Fulton 42041 
Hickman 42050 
Clinton 42031 
Barlow 42024 
West Paducah 42086 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Mayfield 42066 
Fancy Farm 42039 
Farmington 42040 
Lowes 42061 
Mayfield 42066 
Sedalia 42079 
Symsonia 42082 
Wingo 42088 
Murray 42071 
Benton 42025 
Murray 42071 



Princeton 42445 
Marion 42064 
Burna 42028 
Eddyville 42038 
Cadiz 42211 
Henderson 42420 
Providence 42450 
Morganfield 42437 
Dixon 42409 
Dawson Springs 42408 

Madisonville 42431 
Nortonville 42442 
Nebo 42441 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Ft. Campbell 42223 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Elkton 42220 



Principal 

Burley R. Mathis 
Barkley Jones 
Charles Terrett 
James H. Phillips 
Chester W. Anderson 
Tho. H. Stephenson 
Bernie Behrendt 
Joe D. Dallas 
Larry Harper 
Sr. Mary Lee Knopf 
Charles W. Ford 
Donald M. Jones 
C. W. Jones 
Donald E. Spicer 
Ralph Colby 
Jimmy Wiggins 
Cecil Reid 
James A. Baker 
Ron McAlister 
Bobby G. Miller 
Dr. Ray Reeves 

REGION II 

Charles T. Elder 
A. Y. Hodge, Jr. 
Kenneth T. Hardin 
Buddy L. Nichols 
Arnold S. Oaken 
Howard R. Crittenden 
Thomas W. Johnson 
Richard Vincent 
Bob Rogers 
Philip D. Back 

Floyd Brown 
William H. Dunning 
A. O. Richards 
Barney Thweatt 
Bill R. Perry 
Roy Weatherly 
Andrew Renick 



Boys' 
Coach 

Ray Wilson 

Gwinn Wood 

Darrell Wilson 

Dale Ray 

Tom Buchanan 

John Waggoner 

Albert Norris 

Berny Miller 

Robt. Vannerson 

Dennis Gourley 

Rick Bowden 

Joe Mikez 

Louis Sims 

James E. Long 

Bob Sparks 

Ken Wray 

Donald Butler 

L. Wayne Wadlington 

Bob Slone 

Rick Leeper 

Cary Miller 



Girls' 
Coach 

Bob Petrie 
Steve Hay 
Richard Henson 
Gerald Vaughn 
John Turner 
Bobby Noles 
Dennis Griffith 
Betty Ormes 
Frank Haneline 
Mary Margaret Hail 
Mike Alderdice 
Philip Forester 
Kenneth Hosford 
James E. Long 
Toni Large nt 
Ken Wray 
Gary Cunningham 
Dennis R. Mullins 
Marianne Davis 
Don Cothran 
Jane Fitch 



Harry Byrd 
Larry Jenkins 
Don Ringstaff 
Don Funneman 
Jim Wallace 
Tom Cummings 
Willis B. Simpson 
Ernon Simpson 
Gary Shelton 
Norman Manasco 

Don Parson 
Lanny Woodward 
Gary Morgan 
Lyle Dunbar 
Roy Med lock 
Charles Heyslip 
Fred Harper 



Hopkinsville 42240 K. L. (Kim) Barton Paul Brunstetter 



Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Calhoun 42327 
Maple Mount 42356 
Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Bremen 42325 
Central City 42330 
Drakesboro 42337 
Graham 42344 
Greenville 42345 
Beechmont 42323 
Powderly 42367 
Harned 40144 
Cloverport 40111 
Lewis{x>rt 42351 
Hardinsburg 40143 
Whitesville 42378 
Morgantown 42261 
Fordsville 42343 
Leitchfield 42754 
Hartford 42347 



REGION III 

Frank A. List Wayne Chapman 

W. P. Wheeler Dan Barker 

Charles Suimners David Holland 
Sr. Helen Marie Pfohl 

Bill Van Winkle Bobby Watson 

Rev. Gerald Calhoun Bruce Embry 



Ken Arbuckle 
Jim Wilcox 
James L. Stewart 
Carl Sparks 
J. R. Whitehead 
Chatles Eades 
Perry F. Hill 
Jack Pendergraph 



Bryan Whitaker 
Bill Loney 
Robie Harper, Jr. 
Taylor Sparks 
Kenny Baughns 
James B. Milam 
Wendell Brown 
Woody Neel 



Wayland D. Johnston Ed Belcher 
Herbert S. Young Danny Handley 
Sr. Mary A. Matthews Dean Hobbs 



James A. Hurm 
Darrel C. Hampton 
O. J. "Bob" Frizzell 
Kenneth W. Ray 
Ray C. Johnson 



Steve Rockhold 
Howard Vaughn 
Pat Jenkins 
Bill Lee 
Cecil Goff 



Ford Branch 
Joe McCord 
David Smith 
Carol Robertson 
Dan Hale 
Al J. Feix 
Wayne Morris 
Dianne Thomas 
David Elliott 
Toni Ned row 

John Armstrong 
Shirley Beshears 
Douglas Harris 
Jerry Vaughn 
Connie Gafford 
John Pyle 
Jerri Long 

K. L. Barton 



Willis McClure 
Alpha Luallen 
Earl Melloy 
Patricia Beauchamp 
Grant Talbott 
Judy Lennon 
Tom Bibb 
Tony Hopper 
Phyllis Everly 
Monry Denny 
JoAnna Fox 
Terry Shutt 
Tommy Stovall 
Lee Davis 
Damon Akridge 
David Cowden 
Neil Maddock 
Mike Baker 
Joanne Embry 
Darlene Wimpee 
Mary Sue Carpenter 
Janet Magan 



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REGION IV 


Bora' 


Girls' 


School 


1 


AddtMl 


Principal 


Coach 


Coach 


D. 13 


Adairville 


Adairville 42202 


Jesse L. Richards 


Bill Davis 


Jeanette Smith 




Auburn 


Auburn 42206 


Howard Gorrell 


Larry Jordan 


Larry Jordon 




Chandlers' Chapel 


Auburn 42206 


Morris Shelton 


James R. Thompson 


James T. Fisher 




Lewisburg 


Lewisburg 42256 


Joe Milam 


Bob Nylan 


John Brady 




Olmstead 


Olmsread 42265 


Lorenza D. Davis 


Bob Burres 


Lugene Rogers 




Russellville 


Russell ville 42276 


Larry H. Chelf 


Mickey Meguiar 


Matthew Tipton 


D. 14 


Bowling Green 


Bowling Green 42101 


Dcnval Barriger 


Bob Hoggard 


Carla Coffey 




Franklin Simpson 


Franklin 42134 


Ken Metcalf 


Frank Cardwell 


Brenda Dye 




Warren Central 


Bowling Green 42101 Henry E. Resch 


Grover Canty 


Vanous Lloyd 




Warren East 


Bowling Green 42101 Joe H. Watkins 


E>allas Embry 


Fred Carter 


D, 15 


Allen Counry 


Scottsville 42164 


Bennie Keen 


Jim Marion 


Sandra Williams 




Barren County 


Glasgow 42141 


James Coomer 


Jimmy Manion 


Bobby Steenbergen 




Edmonson County 


Brownsville 42210 


Johnny Vincent 


Bo Davenport 


Gerald Meredith 




Glasgow 


Glasgow 42141 


Charles B. Honeycutt 


Bobby Cook 


Brenda Ross 


D. 16 


Clinton Counry 


Albany 42602 


Perry C. Hay 


Lindly Castle 


Lois Haddix 




Cumberland Co. 


Burkesville 42717 


David R. Sharp 


Terry Davis 


Tommy Watson 




Gamaliel Con. 


Gamaliel 42140 


James Graves 


Billy Murphy 


Louis Lee Carter 




Metcalfe Counry 


Edmonton 42129 


John McCarley 


Russell VanZant 


Gary Richardson 




Tompkinsville 


Tompkinsville 42167 


Randall Grider 
REGION V 


Tony Gumm 


Lewis Carter 


D. 17 


East Hardin 


Glendale 42740 


Bill Reynolds 


Don Mooris 


Kenneth Rucker 




Elizabethtown 


Elizabethtown 42701 


Charles M. Rawlings 


Ray Vencill, Jr. 


Robert Shearer 




Ft. Knox 


Ft. Knox 40121 


Robert B. Burrow 


Joe Smith 


Joy Gates 




Meade County 


Brandenburg 40108 


Vernon K. Wilson 


David Jenkins 


Barbara Hambly 




North Hardin 


Radcliff 40160 


Ray Story 


Ron Bevars 


Marlene Lamm 




West Hardin 


Stephensburg 42781 


Dane Hicks 


Pat TuUy 


Gary Lawson 


D. 18 


Caverna 


Horse Cave 42749 


David Srephens 


Kim Shaw 


Eddie Claycomb 




Green County 


Greensburg 42743 


Robert S. Pickett 


Carl Deaton 


Mel Shuffett 




Hart County 


MunfordviUe 42765 


Harold L. Denison 


Charles Wuertzer 


Terry Martin 




LaRue Counry 


Hodgenville 42748 


Cortland K. Cox 


Bob Embry 


Chris Reed 


D. 19 


Bardstown 


Bardstown 40004 


lude Talbott 


Garnis Martin 


Roland Williams 




Bethlehem 


Bardstown 40004 


Albert T. Johnson 


Bruce Blair 


J. W. Mattingly 




Nelson County 


Bardstown 40004 


T. G. Florence 


Randall Robertson 


Peggy Horton 




Washington Co. 


Springfield 40069 


W. Virgil Chambers 


Sonny Fentress 


Dan Hill 


D. 20 


Adair Counry 


Columbia 42728 


Al Sullivan 


George Critz 


Jane Sapp 




Campbellsville 


Campbellsville 42718 


1 David W. Fryrear 


Jack Keeney 


Harry Reif 




Marion Counry 


Lebanon 40033 


Charles E. Crawley 


Josh McKay 


Beverly Roby 




Taylor Counry 


Campbellsville 42718 Edward L. Cox 


Fred Waddle 


RoUin McQueary 








REGION VI 






D. 21 


Central 


Louisville 40203 


Joseph McPherson 


Robert Graves 


Kyra Anglin 




Evangel 


Louisville 40219 


Rev. W. L. Rogers 


James Hembree 






Portland Christian Louisville 40212 


Earl MuUins, Sr. 


Eugene Schreiner 






Presentation Aca. 


Louisville 40203 


Sr. Jean Vessels 




Vivian Dunlevy 




Shawnee 


Louisville 40212 


John Whiting 


Elwood Johnson 




D. 22 


Angela Merici 


Louisville 40216 


Sr. L M. WiUenbrink 


Bob Becker 




Bishop David 


Louisville 40216 


John Moll, Sr. 


Tim Hyland 






Butler 


Louisville 40216 


H. L. Hatfield 




Margaret Fiehrer 




Pleasure Ridge 


Pleasure Ridge 










Park 


Park 40258 


Claude Purvis, Jr. 


Gary Schaffer 


Corinne Mastey 




Western 


Louisville 40216 


John D. Brown 


James Schurfranz 


Madelene Naegele 


D. 23 


Beth Haven Chr 


. Valley Station 40272 


Don Mangus 


Alan Vance 






Doss 


Louisville 40216 


J. S. Pittenger 


Truman L. Mudd 


Phillip Ritz 




Fairdale 


Fairdale 40118 


Charles R. Summers 


Dale Ricketts 


Betty Thornberry 




Stuart 


Valley Station 40272 


; Denzil Ramsey 


Gary Sundmacker 


Gerald Joiner 




Valley 


Valley Station 40272 


; W. J. Pickett 


Glenn Collie 


Marsha Sterchi 


D. 24 


DeSales 


Louisville 40214 


Father Farrell Kane 


Lucian Raque 






Holy Rosary Aca 


. Louisville 40214 


Sr. A. F. Leonard 




Bill Yates 




Iroquois 


Louisville 40215 


Edwin K. Binford 


Charles Moore 


Marshall Abstain 




Southern 


Louisville 40219 


James R. Burch 


Joe Burks, Sr. 


Bill Brown 




Thomas Jefferson Louisville 40219 


Stanley K. Whitaker 


Maurice Payne 




D. 25 


Ahrens Voc Tech Louisville 40202 
The Brown School Louisville 40202 


Byron Bell 
Martha R. Ellison 


Fred Holden 






duPont Manual 


Louisville 40208 


George E. Sauer, Jr 


. Bobby Hiles 


Billie Logsdon 




Ky. School f/t 












Blind 


Louisville 40206 


Richmond H. MarQ 


T 






Louisville Collegiate Louisville 40204 


Nancy Kussrow 




Bob Greene 


.. 


Louisville Male 


LouisvUle 40203 


Harold Andrews 


Lonnie Willoughby 


Sally Mackin 




Mercy Academy 


Louisville 40204 


Sr. Margaret Gurren 




Bonnie Johnson 




St. Xavier 


Louisville 40217 


Bro. John Wills 


Martin Donlan 





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School 

D. 26 Assumption 
Athertoti 
Kentucky Country 

Day 
Seneca 
Trinity 

D. 27 Durrett 

Fern Creek 
Jeffersontown 
Marion C. Moore 
Walden School 

D. 28 Ballard 
Eastern 

Sacred Heart Aca. 
Waggener 
Westpon Road 



Address 

Louisville 40205 
Louisville 40205 

Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40218 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40213 
Louisville 40291 
Jeffersontown 402 S)9 
Louisville 40228 
Lyndon 40222 
Louisville 40222 
Middletown 40243 
Louisville 40206 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40222 



REGION VU 



Principal 

Sr. T. M. Osborne 
Cletus Hubbs 

John Gernert 
Thomas R. McCarthy 
Rev. Thomas Duerr 
James Smith 
John V. Reschar, Sr. 
Wm. R. Craigmyle 
Luther E. McDowell 
Bruce Plymale 
Patrick L. Crawford 
George E. Morrison 
Sr. Lauranna Burke 
Arthur K. Draut 
Irvin K. Rice 



Boys' 
Coach 



Dave Hart 

Ron Nichols 
Tony Carman 
Joe Thompson 
Adrian Cooksey 
Stanley Hardin 

Tom Finnegan 
Bobby Simpson 
Richard Schmidt 
Bill Kercher 

Don Hottman 
Charles Nalevanko 



Girls' 
Coach 

Mary Helen Zahn 
Janet Childress 

Ken Gray 



David Haynes 
Sandra Callahan 
Roger Hayes 
Suzanne Wallace 
Donna Barton 
Susan Tougher 
Deanie Feger 
Bunny Daugherty 
Shirlee Bates 
Beverly Gass 



D. 29 Anderson County 
Bullitt Central 
North Bullitt 
Taylorsville 
Western Anderson 

D. 30 Eminence 

Henry County 
Shelby County 

D. 31 Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 

D. 32 Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



Lawrenceburg 40342 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Taylorsville 40071 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Eminence 40019 
New Castle 40050 
ShelbyviUe 40065 
Carrollton 41008 
Warsaw 41095 
Buckner 40010 
Bedford 40006 
Dry Ridge 41035 
Owenton 40359 
Georgetown 40324 
Williamstown 41097 



REGION VIII 

Wayne King 
George E. Valentine 
C. T. Collins 
Tom Willis 
Robert B. Turner 
Dalton Oak 
Ronald E. Young 
Sam Chandler 
Harry Loy 
Billy E. Prewitt 
J. D. Minnehan 
John Higgins 
arl W. Webster 
George W. Baker 
Tom Sims 
Shirley D. Wagoner 



Ron Reed 
Bill Schott 
Bill Bass 
Charles Simpson 
James Hawthorne 
Jim Willhite, Jr. 
Brice Thornbury 
Tom Creamer 
Larry Morgan 
Paul Watts 
Dave Hart 

C. R. Wenderoth 
Larry Royalty 
Everette Varney 
Eddie Gabbert 



Ann Flynn 
Buford Williams 
Scott Morrison 
Woody Cheek 
Kent Stevens 
Linda Sharp 
Paula Martin 
Charlotte Chowning 
Dave Baird 
Marcus Camacho 
Dave Weedman 
Walter McHargue 
Joyce Doyle 
Joella Wallace 

Bob Buege 



D. 33 Boone County 
Conner 
Dixie Heights 
Lloyd Memorial 
St. Henry 
Simon Kenton 
Walton-Verona 

D, 34 Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Holmes 

Holy Cross 

LaSalette Academy 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame Aca. 

Villa Madonna Aca. 

D. 35 Bellevue 
Dayton 

Newport Public 
Newport Catholic 
Our Lady of 
Providence 
D. 36 Bishop Brossart 
Campbell County 
Highlands 
Silver Grove 



Florence 41042 
Hebron 41048 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Erlanger 41018 
Erlanger 41018 
Independence 41051 
Walton 41094 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41014 
Covington 41015 
Covington 41011 
Ludlow 41016 
Covington 41011 
Villa Hills 41016 
Bellevue 41073 
Dayton 41074 
Newport 41071 
Newport 41071 

Newport 41071 
Alexandria 41001 
Alexandria 41001 
Ft. Thomas 41075 
Silver Grove 41085 



REGION IX 

George K. Toadvine 
Larry Ryle 
Fred Mason 
Charles R. Fugitt 
Ron Albrinck 
Robert Abell 
Gary Muusie 
Neil Stiegelmeyer 
Kenneth J. Gross 
Rev. Edwin B. Heile 
Fred W. Moeves 
Fred Breyer 
Janet Bamberger 
Charles Highfield 
Sr. M. Virginia Ann 
Sr. S. M. Gough, OSB 
Frank Burns 
William F. Young 
George Frakes 
Br. Matthew Smith 
Sr. Margaret Anne 

Kraemer, CDP 
Donald R. Fangman 
Glenn Ravenscraft 
Chester Turner 
Timothy Barrow 



James R. Connor 
Bill Warfield 
Dave Afterkirk 
Bill Code 
Gary Schulte 
Jim Taylor 
Pete Gill 
Wayne Shipley 
George Schneider 
Rev. Edwin B. Heile 
Reynolds Flynn 
William Frey 

Andrew Christofield 



Gary Akers 
Stan Steidel 
Bobby Vanderpool 
John Gross 



Thomas Seither 
LeRoy Randall 
Kenney Shields 
Steve Sigmon 



Connie Thomer 
Peggy Hubbard 
Hiram Owens 
Jeff Frisch 
Katie 0"Donnell 
George Lonneman 
Nancy Craft 
Karen Braly 



Joan Mitchell 
William Goller 
Joyce Szpejnowski 
Betty Stephens 
Cathy Rachford 

Connie Sontag 
Sally Meng 
Diane Huff 
Cindy Schlosser 

Mary Matthews 
Barbara Lother 
Marg McKenna 
Nancy Jones 
Nick Diachenko 



0. 37 



Bourbon County 
Harrison County 
M. M. I. 
Nicholas County 
Paris 



Paris 40361 
Cynthiana 41031 
Millersburg 40348 
Carlisle 40311 
Paris 40361 



REGION X 

Bill Case Russ Day 

Ed Lowdenback Woodrow Crum 

Col. Alvan C. Hadley Cary Barr 
Cobble Lee Bill Anderson 

Homer H. Goins Dave Randolph 



Mabel Stimpson 
Mike Lenox 



Judy Cox 



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School 
D. 38 



D. 39 



D. 40 



D. 41 



D. 42 



D. 43 



D. 44 



D. 45 



D. 46 



D. 47 



D. 48 



Augusta 
Bracken County 
Deming 
Pendleton 
Fleming County 
Mason County 
Maysville 
St. Patrick 
Tollesboro 
Bath County 
Geo. Rogers Clark 
Montgomery Co. 



Frankfort 
Franklin County 
Lexington Catholic 
Margaret Hall 
Woodford County 
Burgin 
Harrodsburg 
Jessamine County 
Mercer County 
Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Sayre School 
Tares Creek 
Berea Com. 
Estill County 
Madison High 
Madison Central 
Model Laboratory 



Boyle County 
Danville 
Garrard County 
Kentucky School 

for the Deaf 
Casey County 
Lincoln County 
Russell County 
McCreary County 
Monticello 
Pine Knot 
Wayne County 
Burnside 
Eubank 
Laurel County 
Nancy 

Pulaski County 
Shopville 
Somerset 



Address 

Augusta 41002 
Brooksville 41004 
Mt. Olivet 41064 
Falmouth 41040 
Flemingsburg 41041 
Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Tollesboro 41189 
Owingsville 40360 
Winchester 40391 
Mt. Sterling 40353 



Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Lexington 40503 
Versailles 40383 
Versailles 40383 
Burgin 40310 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Nicholasville 40356 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Lexington 40505 
Lexington 40505 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40507 
Lexington 40502 
Berea 40403 
Irvine 40336 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 



Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
Lancaster 40444 

Danville 40422 
Liberty 42539 
Stanford 40484 
Russell Springs 42642 
Whitley City 42653 
Monticello 42633 
Pine Knot 42653 
Monticello 42633 
Burnside 42519 
Eubank 42567 
London 40741 
Nancy 42544 
Somerset 42501 
Shopville 42554 
Somerset 42501 



Principal 

Marvin Bradley 
R. W. Ellington 
Harry E. Meacham 
Clifford Wallace 
Fairce O. Woods 
John Branson 
Elza Whalen. Jr. 
Sr. Jude Birck 
Charles M. Hughes 
Ewell Smoot, Jr. 
Robert D. Campbell 
Richard Hughes 

REGION XI 

Albert Wall 
Robert W. Hoagland 
Rev. Robt. Nieberding 
Rev. Colley W. Bell 
Ken Tippett 
Charles Kolasa 
Delmer Warren 
Zeb Blankenship 
James E. Gash 
Leo H. Brewsaugh 
Bill C. Hurt 
Dwight L. Price 
Glenn B. Bell 
Warren Featherston 
James K. Miller 
Danny Click 
James R. Fleenor 
J. B. Moore 
L. Stephen Traw 

REGION XII 

Charles W. Scott 
Don M. Turner 
Johnnie Ray Laswell 

Edward F. Peltier 
Humphrey T. Elliott 
Tack D. Portwood 
Hollis DeHart 
Robert E. Stephens 
Eldon E. Davidson 
Gail Owens 
Geo. Owen Horton 
C. L. Simpson 
B. G. Sullivan 
Harold Storm 
Bill Mauney 
Larry Stewart 
Phillip R. Baker 
Jim Andy Sears 



Boys' 
Coach 

Marvin Bradley 
David Hamilton 
Larry Allison 
Phillip Wood 
Joe Dan Gold 
Allen Feldhaus 
Robert Hall 
Lex Turner 
Alan Bane 
Gary aylor 
Julian Cunningham 
Bruce McLin 



Charles Strasburger 
David Lee 
Harry T. Starns 

Gene Kirk 
Ronnie Russell 
Frank Kemplin 
Steve Deskins 
Steve Clevenger 
Bobbie Barlow 
AI Prewitt 
Jock Sutherland 
Gerald Walton 
Nolan Barger 
Curt Turley 
Steve Garrett 
Tommy Martin 
Bill Fultz 
Shirley Kearns 



Morris Stewart 
Donn Marston 
Wade Upchurch 

Arlene Finke 
Jim Voight 
Roger Meek 
Bob Payne 
Ralph Roberts 
Joe Harper 
Clinton Gay 
Mark Borders 
Earl Hicks 
Brent Tackett 
Raymond Reed 
Avery Hatfield 
Denton Ping 
Hollis Roger Smith 
Charles Eckler 



GirU' 
Coach 

Tim Scribner 
Mildred Reule 
Jeanne Meacham 
Herb Owen 
Pete Gray 
Bob Huchinson 
Helen Smoot 



Mike Bromagen 
Dave Dening 
Roger Scott 



Susan Strong 
Nancy Finney 
Peggy Tillman 
Lois Dohner 
Sharon Tippett 
Barbara Leach 
David Feeback 
Glen Teater 
Larry Yeager 
Valerie Langlois 
Jackie Austin 
kathy Brothers 
Diane Curry 
Bradley Switzer 
Mike Elkin 
loedy Ohr 
Gwen Long 
Frank Ray 
Jeanne StuU 



Joan Mann 
John Siewepe 
Diane Hunt 

Nyla Hostin 
Pat Depp 
Virgil Benge 
Phillip & Faye Garner 
Ray Ball 
Jerry Stephens 
Mrs. Hinkle 
Wayne Ryan 
Rodney McFall 
Darrel Whitaker 
Roy Bowling 
Yvonne Daulton 
Gail Hurt 
Phillip R. Baker 
Jack Jewell 



D. 49 



D. 50 



D. 51 



Annville Inst. 
Clay County 
Jackson County 
Oneida Inst. 
Rockcastle County 
Barbourville 
Corbin 

Knox Central 
Lynn Camp 
St. Camillus 
Whitley County 
Williamsburg 
Bell County 
Lone Jack 
Middlesboro 
Pineville 
Red Bird 



Annville 40402 
Manchester 40962 
McKee 40447 
Oneida 40972 
Mt. Vernon 40456 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Corbin 40701 
Williamsburg 40769 
Williamsburg 40769 
Pineville 
Four Mile 40939 
Middlesboro 40965 
Pineville 40977 
Beverly 40913 



REGION XIII 

John W. Smith 
Lee Brown 
James T. Martin 
Robert C. Halcomb 
Cleston Saylor 
James M. Davis 
Louie Martin 
Charles D. Black 
Clayton Taylor 
Sr. M. Amabilis 
Paul Rice 
Jack V. Foley 
James A. Pursifull 
Ernest C. Slusher 
John Patterson 
William E. Adams 
Olen Taylor Collins 



Richard A. Hakken 
Bobby Keith 
Donald R, Moore 
Larry Gritton 
William D. Riddle 
Bill Swafford 
Gerald Foley 
Don Bingham 
Calvin Vaughn 

Jerry Hodges 
Dennis Byrd 
Harold Combs 
Wayne Walters 
Larry Davis 
Kenny Gann 
Charles Minks 



Dale Kleinjan 
Larry Sizemore 
Donald R. Moore 
Pam McMichael 
Preston Parrett 
Bill Swafford 
Willard Farris 
Daphne Goodin 
Eddie Harris 

Larry Richardson 

Zeke Smith 
Lola Delk 
Ken Condra 
Orville Engle 
Charles Minks 



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School 
D. 52 



Cumberland 

Evarts 

Harlan 

Cawood 

Lynch 



Address 

Cumberland 40823 
Evarts 40828 
Harlan 40831 
Harlan 40831 
Lynch 40855 



Principal 

Dillard Prater 
O. G. Roaden 
Tom Ward 
John Howard 
Enoch Foutch, Jr. 



Bo7s' 
Coach 

Murris Wilder 
Earl Rogers 
George Francis 
John D. Wilson 
Danny Johnson 



Girls' 
Coach 

John Bond 
E. R. Gray 
E. R. Gray 
Basil Mills 
Greg Suhr 



D. S3 Fleming-Neon 
Jenkins 
Letcher 
Whitesburg 

D. 54 Buckhorn 

Dilce Combs 
Hazard 
Leslie County 
M. C. Napier 

D. 55 Breathitt 
Cordia 
Jackson 
Knott County 
Riverside Christian 

D. 56 Hazel Green Aca. 
Lee County 
Owsley County 
Powell County 
Wolfe County 



Fleming 41816 
Jenkins 41537 
Letcher 41832 
Whitesburg 41858 
Buckhorn 41721 
leff 41751 
Hazard 41701 
Hyden 41749 
Hazard 41701 

Jackson 41339 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hindman 41822 
Lost Creek 41348 
Hazel Green 41332 
Beattyville 41311 
Booneville 41314 
Stanton 40380 
Campton 41301 



REGION XIV 

Roy T. Reasor 
Tack R. Hall 
b. C. Taylor 
J. M. Burkich 
Calloway Sizemore 
Dacker Combs 
John T. Ouillen 
George Sizemore 
James W. Fields 
William A. Toler 
Bobby Ralph Smith 
J. B. Goff 
R. B. Singleton 
Doran Hostetler 
A. B. Osborne 
Gary Pack 
W. O. Gabbard 
Cebert Gilbert, Jr. 
Henry L. Allen 



Barnard Hall 
Jack R. Hall 
Danny Bates 
John L. Eads 
Stanley Caudill 
J. R. Noe 
Roger Kirby 
Omus Shepherd 
Albert Combs 
Jack Stanford 
Randy Campbell 
David Perkins 
George Francis 
Doran Hostetler 
Ernie Huff 
Heber Dunaway 
James R. Bowman 
David Fraley 
Alvin Ratliff 



Sue Kincer 
Reeda Wright 
Stella Mae Ison 
Kathy Hall 
Patrick Wooton 
Douglass Campbell 
Judy Duff 
Wendell Wilson 
David Heath 
Catolyn Mayes 
Zella Combs 
David Perkins 

Becky Baker 

Sharon Kinnear 
Sue Hobbs 
James R. Bowman 
John Combs 
Mike Gibbs 



D. 57 Johnson Central 

Louisa 

Magoffin County 

Paintsville 

Sheldon Clark 
D. 58 Allen Central 

Betsy Layne 

McDowell 

Prestonsburg 

Wheelwright 
D. 59 Dorton 

Millard 

Mullins 

Pikeville 

Virgie 
D. 60 Belfry 

Elkhorn City 

Feds Creek 

Johns Creek 

Phelps 



Paintsville 41240 
Louisa 41230 
Salyersville 41465 
Paintsville 41240 
Inez 41224 

Eastern 41622 
Betsy Layne 41605 
McDowell 41647 
Prestonsburg 41653 
Wheelwright 41669 
Dorton 41520 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Virgie 41572 
Belfry 41514 
Elkhorn City 41522 
Feds Creek 41524 
Pikeville 41501 
Phelps 



REGION XV 

Paul R. Setser 
Robert L. Prichard 
Jack Allen 
Paul W. Trimble 
Wilburn Goble 

J. O. Dingus 
Russell M. Frazier 
Hugo E. Miller 
William R. Hughes 
"Shorty" Jamerson 
Glenn Wallace 
Larry M. Burke 
Morris Justice 
Thomas M. Swartz 
James R. Kendrick 
Frank T. Welch 
James V. Powell 
Paul B. Tackett 
Winston Adkins 
William Davis 



Wendell Wallen 
John Williams 
Jackie Howard 
Jim Wheeler 
John Cline 
Howard Wallen 
William TSTewsome, 
David L. Turner 
Fred Setser 
Frankie Francis 



Connie Meek 
Doris Prichard 
Rheba Holbrook 
Karen Johnson 
Mary Haney 
Patricia Murphy 
Jr. Bill Newsome 

Johnny Ray Turner 
Charles Collins 
Virginia Jamerson 



Hibbord Burke, Jr. 

Richard Maynard Bun Jack Burnette 

Arnold Mack 

Mike Reitz James Hillard Howard 

Eugene Lyons Karen Trivette 

Herbert "Butch" Cline Delores Dotson 

Charles Damron Jerry Wayne Childers 

Sherman Combs Mary Rose Combs 

Aubrey Taylor Phyllic Lawson 

John Mounts Goretta Smith 



D. 61 Menifee County 
Morgan County 
Rowan County 
University 
Breckinridge 

D. 62 East Carter 

Elliott County 
Lewis County 
West Carter 

D. 63 Fairview 

Greenup County 

Raceland 

Russell 

D. 64 Boyd County 
Holy Family 
Paul G. Blazer 



Frenchburg 40322 
West Liberty 41472 
Morehead 40351 

Morehead 40351 
Grayson 41143 
Sandy Hook 41171 
Vanceburg 41179 
Olive Hill 41164 
Ashland 41101 
Greenup 41144 
Raceland 41169 
Russell 41139 

Ashland 41101 
Ashland 41101 
Ashland 41101 



REGION XVI 

Hiram C. Walters 
Ervin Pack 
Marvin Moore 

Frank Burns 
Harlan R. Fleming 
William Calhoun 
Don Gaunce 
Jack Fultz 
Waltet Willis 
Dwight D. Johnson 
Larry Heck 
Richard Baker 

Allan Osborne 
Sr. Rose Francis, 
Ray L. McCann 



Joe P. Blankenship 
Ray Maggard 
Ted Trent 

Dienzel Dennis 
Roy Murphy 
Ricky Adkins 
Gary Kidwell 
Bert Greene 
George Cooke 
Jerry Umberger 
Harold Ratliff 



Randy Mason 
Paul Patterson 



Terry Young 
Teresa Salyer 
Claudia Hicks 

Elizabeth Sadler 
Vicki Young 
Carrie Lyons 
Alice Kidwell 
Kathleen Mullins 

Sandra Rogers 
Rody Maynard 
Liz Trabandt 

Pam Traylor 
Brenda Dennis 
Linda Meyers 



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(Lefl to Righl) Front Row: M. Hose, R. Nantz, R. Leach, S. Bray, T. Silei, L. Motes, G. Davii, D. Bird, R. Jonei. 
R. Abbott, J. Terrell, R. Davis, L. Lambdin, B. Boyd. Second Row: C. Fox, D. Adki^s, L. Patrick, R. Wells, J. Wallers, 
D. Rose. B. Martin, C. Harp, D. Croley, J. Wynn. T. Wells, T. Payne, D. Hembree, R. LeMasters. Third Row: L. 
Patrick. D. Maham, K. Smallwood, D. Hart, R. Lovett, M, Durham, J. Childers, R. Hall, J. Skeen, J. Jones, C. 
Havens, B. Watson. 



BELFRY — CLASS AAA, REGION IV, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. B. Williamson, T. Shannon, T. Smith, K. Smith, R. Blackburn, D. Jackson, R. 
Robinett, J. Matney, P. Taylor, T. DeLo;ng, N. Warren, B. Church. Second Row: Mgr. J. Vickers, C. Tackett, C. 
Varney, D. Smith, R. Williamson, R. Vickers, R. Thacker, D. Maynard, B. Scott, V. McCoy, T. Thomsbury, J. Scott, 
B. Pinson, G. CasseU, C. Allara. Third Row: Coach D. Roddy, D. Wolford, C. WlUard, E. Tussey, C. Chillress, T. 
Riggins, K. Earnest, R. May, B. Jude, J. Runyon, D. Sammons, C. Watso^i, M. Tilley, R. West, J. Smith, J. Stanley. 
Fourth Row: Coach S. Mickey, Coach R. Varney, B. Harlow, C. Johnson, G. Varney, D. Rutherford, B. Lowe, C. 
Varney, K. Stanley, D. Varney, R. Estepp, M. Gilliam, J. Scott, J. Darbshire, B. Allen. 



JAMES A. CAWOOD — CLASS AAA, REGION IV, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Coach J. Ashurst, Coach J. Campbell, E. Saylot, F. Stewart, R. Pillion, D. Gooden, 
J. Howard, A. Luttrell, F. Hatmaker, B. Wilson, P. J. Collett, J. Short, R. Blanton, Trainer J. Lewis. Second Row: 
Coach K. Rucker, K. Scott, R. Stanton, R. Collins, M. Anderson, P. Carr, D. Burkhart, T. JohnsoA, E. Taylor, O. 
Hoskins, T. Hensler, W. Farley. D. Lay, Coach R. Roberts. Head Coach B. Fox, J. E. Hensley, J. Hinlon, F. SturglU, 
L. Burkhart, F. McDaniel, D. Greene, E. Ellis, E. Lay, J. McQueen, W. Cornett, P. Middleton, D. White, Coach 
D. Walters. 



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TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS AAA CROSS COUNTRY BOYS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: BUI Neff, Tim Bennett, Tim Lyoni, Dennis Ccnnell, Rick Miller. Second Row: Mike 
Wille, John Bryan, Tom Canary, John Neichler, Paul Diiimeier, Coach Rich Roetel. 



WAGGENER HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS AAA CROSS COUNTRY GIRLS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Suian Medley, Valerie Dobieiz, Jennie Martin, Jane Terrell. Second Row: Sheila 
Kelly, Laurie Morgan, Karen Keifer. Coach Juan Walker. 



Basketball Officials 
(Continued from Page Two) 

Black, Charles D. Jr.. 138 Pine St.. Barbourville 40906. 

546-5348 
Blacltwood, Thomas. 272 Southpoint Dr., Lexington 40503. 

Business 583-8874 
Blankenship. Darrell. 50 Hillside Street. Prestonsburg 

41653. 886-3379 
Blanton, Eugene. 104y2 Spruce. Murray 42071. 753-7731 
Blevins. Boone Jr.. Staffordsville 41256. 297-4893. 297-3674 
Boisture. Roy W.. Route #2, Fredonia 42411. 545-3497, 

545-3301 
Bonar. John A.. 8 Central Ave.. Walton 41094. 485-4084 
Borup, Alvin L.. Jr.. Uniontown 42461. 822-4773. 425-3311, 

Ext. 306 
Bowling. Johnny W.. CPO 14. Berea College. Berea 40403, 

623-4388 
Boyd. Thomas. Box 103. Betsy Layne 41605. 478-9554 



Bradley. Darrell. 149 River Side Dr.. West Liberty 41472. 

743-7459. 743-7888 
Brady. Christopher W.. Box 188. LaGrange 40031. 222-9441 
Bramble, James L.. 480 Doncaster Ct.. Lexington 40505. 

299-5750 278-9355 
Brammer. Rick. Rt. #4. Box 60, Berea 40403. 986-3966, 

986-4065 
Branham. Mason. Jr.. Box #1. Grahn 41142, 286-4702, 

286-2821 
Brashear. Freddy. Hyden 41749. 672-2474, 672-2344 
Brewer, Charles A.. 4407 Billy Bone Ct.. Louisville 40229, 

964-9741. 426-2000 
Brewer. Mark A., 1231 Man O' War PI.. #16. Lexington 

40504 255-9797 
Brewster. James. 312 Thacker Dr.. Wilmore 40390, 858-3319. 

885-9431 
Brock. Stephen, Gen. Del. Kettle Island 40958. 337-3715, 

337-3512 
Brockman. Ken E.. HHD. 75th Spt BN, Fort Knox 40121, 

624-7504, 624-7328 
Brown. Allen, 1619 Frederica. Owensboro 42301. 926-1058 
Brown. John W.. 975 Waverlv Dr.. Lexington 40505 



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Brown. Judy C. 7818 Bramble Lane, Louisville 40258, 

933-2458, 636-1484 
Bruner. Jack C. Rt. #5. Box 93, London 40741, 864-4322, 

864-2271 
Bryant, Jimmy W.. 4916 Determine Lane, Louisville 40216, 

448-4153 363-2332 
Buchanan, Earl. Box 188. LaGrange 40031 
Buky, Keith, Commonwealth Hall, EKU. Richmond 40475, 

625-2633 
Bullock. James D.. Rt. #4, Madisonville 42431, 825-2645. 

821-5761 
Bunyard. Sammie A., Box 188, LaGrange 40031, 222-9441 
Burgess, Jim, Box 186. Whitley City 42653, 376-8219, 376-5912 
Burket. Larry F.. 4015 Gloucester Rd., Louisville 40207, 

895-6844. 896-6177, 896-4061 
Burnell, Royal. 610 Elm Street, Cloverport 40111, 788-6778 
Burns, Lisa, Box 41. Donovan Hall. Lexington 40506. 

258-5157 
Burroughs, Marsue, 1985 Cambridge Dr.. #2, Lexington 

40503. 233-4348. 254-2737 
Byrd. Joe G.. Box 188. LaGrange 40031, 222-9441 
Campbell, Diane L., 423 McGregor, EKU. Richmond 40475, 

625-2762 
Campbell. Eddie N.. RR#2, Box 431. Hazard 41701. 378- 

2149 378-2254 
Cannon,' Devon. Rt. #1, Morgantown 42261, 526-3917 
Cardin, G. Melvis. 13203 Meadowlawn Dr.. Louisville 40272, 

937-5035. 968-6111 
Carlberg. John H., Box 234, Muldraugh 40155, 942-2723. 

942-2730 
Carlisle. Patty. Rt. #4, Box 143. E-Town 42701. 737-9082 
Carlton, Robert W.. 506 S. Railroad St., Earlington 42410, 

383-3651 
Carr. Billy W.. 612 Village Dr., Franklin 42134, 586-6910, 

586-3261 
Carrico. Larry. 153 Sunset Drive, Bardstown 40004. 348- 

6752. 348-5913 
Carson. Richard S., 2504 Larkln Rd.. Apt. #173. Lexington 

40503, 277-7636 
Carter, Michael J.. 603 Barger St., Mayfield 42066. 247- 

8937. 247-6730 
Casey. Ancie Lee, Box 192. Freeburn 41528, 456-8123 
Castle. Banner. Box 75. Lovely 41231. 395-5689 
Catching. Larry. P.O. Box 47, Flemingsburg 41041. 845- 

0391. 845-2211 
Caudill. Mike. CPO 428. Berea College. Berea 40404, 986- 

9341, Ext. 466 
Cecil. James R.. 3020 Dogwood Dr.. Louisville 40220. 454- 

0204. 582-5521 
Chapman. Gary P.. Box 83, Muldraugh 40155. 942-6323, 

422-4228 
Childers. BUIy. Hindman 41822. 785-5765 
Chllders. Jerry. Ashcamp 41512, 754-5160. 754-9098 
Clark. John B., Rt. #2. Avkier Rd., Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-2805 
Clemmons, Douglas. Edmonton 42129, 432-4393, 432-2481 
Cobb, Michael E.. Frakes 40940 
Cobb. Mike, 525 Ashmoor. Bowling Green 42101, 781-5139, 

781-4585 
Coffman. Danny. R.R. #1. Hanson 42413. 322-8084 
Collier. Doug. Danials Dr., South Shore 41175. 932-3267 
Collier, Johnny. Box 114. Nicholasville 40356, 885-6618, 

885-9418 
Conley. Joseph D., 2436 Roosevelt, Ashland 41101. 324-6042 
Coppage, Hugh. Rt. #3. Hoover Hill. Hartford 42347. 298- 

3436. 298-7861 
Corneal. Donald L.. Rt. #2, Box 106 A. Madisonville 42431, 

825-3792 
Couch. Lester, Smilax 41764, 279-4393. 675-3311 
Counts. Vickie. Box 205. Wheelwright 41669, 452-2210 
Coyle. Don. 923 Sunglow Dr.. Villa HiUs 41016. 341-6013 
Croft, Frank M.. 1201 Abbeywood Rd., Louisville 40222. 

425-5593. 588-6345 
Cundiff. Robert, 3880 Pine Tree Lane. Erlanger 41018. 

371-9287 
Cunningham. John Alan, 1125 Farman Ct., Louisville 40219. 

964-6185 
Curtis, John E.. Rockport 42369, 274-3865 
Daniel. Keith. 2920 S. 29th St.. Ashland 41101. 325-4363 
Daopoulos. Jim. 3474 Ipswich Ct.. Lexington 40503. 277- 

8354 276-3587 
Darden.' Charles K.. Box 188. LaGrange 40031. 222-9441 
Davis. Gary E.. 355 Race St.. Madisonville 42431. 825-3963, 

754-3161 
Davis, John C. Rt. itl. Box 253. Shelbyville 40065. 633-6167 
Davis. Larry. 3229 West Ky.. Louisville 40211. 772-3100 
Day. Lawrence 1113 Centurian Way. Lexington 40502, 

272-3392 
Dean. David. Blending III. Box 43. Lexington 40506. 

257-3105 
Decker. Neil T.. RR #7. ?./rarion 42064. 965-3704 
Devine. Roy D.. Rt. #1. Willisburg 40078. 375-2257 
Disney, Glenn D.. 4603 Estate Dr., Louisville 40216. 366-3425 
Dixon, Cecelia. 804 Pike Street. Sturgis 42459. 333-4494. 

389-2062 
Dotson. William D.. 1513 Steadmantown Ln., #1. Frankfort 

40601. 695-4886, 223-0565 
Dotv. Darren, 8 Mary Ross. Shelbyville 40065, 633-5789. 

633-1094 
Douglas. Bobby J.. 9637 Lamborne Blvd.. Louisville 40272, 

933-2652, 624-8452 
Downs. Charles A., 7743 Half Moon Ct.. Apt. #2. Louisville 

40214. 937-9720. 634-9411. Dept. 28 



Downs, Joseph W., 121 Parkview. Bardstown 40004. 

348-5123 348-3991 
Drake, Carl C. P.O. Box 69, Stanton 40380, 663-2792, 269- 

2351 
Drake. Diane M., 116 Hanly Ln.. #i, Frankfort 40601, 

695-5230, 564-6110 
Dulin, Hugh E.. 2304 So. 36th St.. Louisville 40211, 776- 

3704. 774-8737 
Dugan. Harold Jr.. R.R. #2, Box 83, Cox's Creek 40013, 

348-8654, 348-8168 
Duncan, J. Henry Jr.. Rt. #1, Chickasaw Dr., Morgantown 

42261, 526-3920. 526-3767 
Dykers, Judith A., A-3 Sch. Bde. Bldg. 1486, Fort Knox 

40121, 624-1924. 624-6834 
Eades. Mark. 905 Broad St.. Central City 42330, 754-3647, 

754-3300 
Eads. Ronald L.. 2168 Lansill. Lexington 40504, 278-6759, 

259-1411, Ext. 351 
Early. Robert G.. Rt. #1. Box 140, Bagdad 40003, 747-8486 
East. William L., 402 Linda Drive. HopkinsviUe 42240, 

886-2146, 886-5259 
Eckdahl. David. 691 Halifax. Lexington 40503, 277-1247, 

625-1507 
Eckdahl, William. 691 Halifax, Lexington 40503, 277-1247, 

624-4150 
Elam. Phillip. P.O. Box 163. Cannel City 41408, 743-4201 
Elliott. Dennis E.. Box 188, LaGrange 40031 
Emmons. Guy W.. 5500 Crosswood Ct., Louisville 40291, 

239-9837 239-9837 
Estes, Walter R.. Rt. #1. Owensboro 42301. 281-5609. 685-3333 
Evans, Bettie L.. Rt. #3. Mt. Sterling 40353. 498-1338 
Fields. Rufus Jr., Rt. #8. Box 297, Lonlon 40741. 864-4051, 

878-8622 
Finlev. Howard. 2968 Clay. Apt. #3. Paducah 42001. 442- 

9037, 442-5366 
Fletcher, Larry. P.O. Box 592. Burkesville 42717. 864-3393 
Fookes. Dean. 1049 Hamilton Road. Park Hills 41011. 431- 

6528. 341-6931 
Ford. Donald R.. Lake Shore Dr.. Hardinsburg 40143, 

756-5609. 756-5609 
Forsythe, Noel R.. Browder 42326. 476-8870. 476-2204 
Fortney. Preston F. Jr.. P.O. Box 653, Hyden 41749. 

672-2478. 675-3311 
Fox. Carl Jr.. R.R. #2, Box lOOC. Booneville 41380. 593- 

5333. 593-5105 
PYantz. Jerry. 112 Lee Drive. Frankfort 40601, 875-1124, 

564-7300 
Frisinger. Bruce. 1395 Pine Meadow Rd.. Lexington 40504, 

233-1054. 254-6412. Ext. 646 
Gaines. C'lrtis 1514 Young Street. Henderson 42420. 827- 

4181. 826-7257 
Georee. Dennis, Box .503. Lebanon 40033. 692-3365, 692-6115 
Geurin. Joe D.. Rt. #5, Box 400, Murray 42071. 436-5653, 

762-3327 
Gibson. Charles. Rt. #3. Frankfort Rd.. Georgetown 40324. 

863-19R1, 863-2640 
Gibson. Fred W. 825 Kingsway Dr., Versailles 40383. 

873-7144. 873-5434 
Gibson. Russell. 7504 Winesap Way. Louisville 40228, 

239-2511. 964-3376 
Gies. Carl A.. .3524 Warner Ave.. Louisville 40207. 893-3811 
Gilbert. Gretr. Rt. #2. Box 230. Pennington Gap Va.. 24277. 

703-546-2210 
Gillespie. Vicky. 2407 Roddv Rd.. Louisville 40216. 448-6951 
Gilliam. Steve, Box .5004 Hart. Murrav 42071. 767-2202 
Glenn, Michael A.. 127 S. Sherrin Ave.. Louisville 40207, 

896-1896 
Goodman. Adrian. East View 42732, 862-3160 
Goodnight. Hersliell 424 Breckinridge St., Franklin 42134, 

586-3544. 586-4235 
Gordon, Levi .T,. 108 Eminence Terrace. Eminence 40019. 

R45-7049. 776-1501 
Graham. Tonv. 674 Springridge Dr.. Lexington 40503, 277- 

8256, 255-0104 
Grant Larry, 7407 Royalwood. Louisville 40213, 367-7825, 

776-1.581. Ext, 55 
Grant, Neilson E,. 401 Broad St. Apt. #1. Beaver Dam 

42320. 274-4908. 274-7893 
Gra" Gary D.. 108 Sam Drive. Louisville 40214, 367-7569, 

^'67-3161 
Grav. Homer. Box 121, Harned 40144. 756-2661. 756-5184 
Grav Jimmy D.. Rt #1. Box 7-B. Allen 41601, 874-2526, 

874-2165 
Grav. Kenneth E.. 2819 Thistlewood Dr.. Louisville 40206, 

896-6920. 895-3452 
Grayson. Mark H.. Box 244. Inez 41224. 298-7493 
Green. James D.. 263 Washington Ave.. Paintsville 41240, 

789-5237. 789-1201 
Greer, Sondra. 229 KenLock Dr.. Lexington 40503. 272-7493 
Grieme. Jerrv 30S Leverett Ct.. Ft. Mitchell 41011. 341-1975 
Gross. Darren. SR.I,, Box 331. .Tackson 41339. 666-7666 
Hacker. Samuel G.. 693 Bromley Dr., Ludlow 41016, 291- 

6141, 341-5745 
Madden. Bruce A.. Rt. HI. Stanford 40484, 792-3411. 625-1436 
Haddix. Daniel, 1148 Main Street. Jackson 41339, 666-5152, 

666-5554 
Haines. Michael. Clav Davis Hall, Transylvania. Lexington 

40508. 233-8792. 233-8232 
Ma'bert, Marilyn, I-anglev 41645. 285-9638 
Hale. Mary K. 1894 Bahama Road, Lexington 40511. 293-.5884 
Hall. Gary, Box 608. Elkhorn Citv 41522. 754-4315. 754-9098 
Hall, Ted, Jenny Wiley State Park. Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-2711 

(Continued in January ATHLETE) 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: B. Sims, E. Sipe, W. Tipton. R. Watkini. J. Tipton. D. Ballou 
J. Parks, B. Freeman. R. Jon.s, J. Spicer. Second Row: B. Freeman, P. Wagner, S. Bird, M 
Hewlett, R. Onksl, S. Baird, B. Foley, T. Faulkner, M. Chandler, J. Miller. A. Rose. B. Cummins. 
Third Row: K. Pace. M. Wilson. K. Brock, J. Bonza, D. Chase, T. Horvath, S. Hart, J. Sears, 
K. Gilbert, J. Igo, J. House, G. Grove. 



Corbin 51 — Hazard 6 
Corbin 34 — Pineville 6 
Corbin 10 — Middlesboro 9 
Corbin 34 — Williamsburg 14 



Corbin 35 — Bell County 
Corbin 7 — Evarts 6 
Corbin 6 — Somerset 
Corbin 33 — Laurel County 6 



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Corbin 22 — Somerset 8 
Corbin 26 — Whitesburg 7 
Corbin 6 — Mayfield 



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MAYFIELD — CLASS AA STATE RUNNER-UP 













(Left to Right) Front How: D. Fischer, R. Creason, G. Wilson, M. Nelsop, C. Reymann, A. Wilson, J. R. Sherfield, 
R. Dale. Second Row: J. Boyd, J. Shelton, J. Puckett, B. Hendley, P. Sutherlin, G. Taylor, J. Currin, R. Riley, 
S. Wriaht. Third Row: G. Hawkins, D. Wyatt, J. Waldrop, R. Hawkins, D. Elliott, G. Vincent, D. Slaughter, B. 
Isbell. Fourth Row: R. Walker, T. Nelson, B. Berhow, B. Freeman, K. Sims, D. McAfee, L. Lovelace. Fifth Row: M. 
Shelton, M. Brown, J. Jacksoji, D. Maddin, S. Smith, B. Sparks, B. Dublin. Sixth Row: Trainer T. Bouland, Ass't 
Coach B. Counts, Line Coach L. McDonald, Head Coach J. Morris, Ass't Coach P. Leahy, End Coach J. D. Smith, Back 
Coach D. Sanders. 



BARDSTOWN — CLASS AA, REGION H, CHAMPION 




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(Left to Right) Front Row: J. Downs, P. Drake, G. Seyle, D. Sloan, J. Hayden, V. Downs, F. Haydon, K. Rogers, 

F. Wilson, D. Berry, S. King, B. Sprigg. Second Row: Mgr. W. Lewis, W. Wood, M. Etheredge. J. Royalty, B. 
Simpson, D. Hite, S. Allen, R. Wickliffe, M. Payne, A. Riley, L. WiUett, G. McGinnls, Mgr. B. Krausen. Third Row: 

G. Moran, N. Rapier, D. Wenger, W. Littlejohn, T. Halui, V. Lemieux, G. Hickman, K. Cissell, T. Waldorf, M. Green, 
C. Allen. Fourth Row: J. E. Knott, B. Keene, S. Samuels, W. Downs, S. Snider A. Ashford, J. Phillips, J. Hickman, 
R. Stivers. 



WHITESBURG — CLASS AA, REGION IV CHAMPION 







(Left to Right) Front Row: Coach Ozz Jackson, Mgr. V. Yi^ger, V. Breeding, M. Ison, M. Whitaker, D. Maggard, 
R. Gilliam, Mgr. L. Johnson, H. Ingram. Second Row: Line Coach D. Chandler, R. Gibson, B. Adams, G. Horn, M. 
Couch, C. Blair, C. Morris, J. York, J. Gose. Third Row: Head Coach J. Cose, B. Witt, R. Banks. G. Sexton, J. Gose, 
W. Raleigh, M. Cornett, D. Horn. Fourth Row: R. Bates, J. Ison, S. Fields, R. Yonts, S. Meade, E. Morga;i, T. Wright, 
N. Mason, J. Cook. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

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VOL. XXXIX 



JANUARY, 1977 



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Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building, on Saturday, December 18, 1976. The 
meeting was called to order by President George 
Sauer at 9:00 A.M. with all Board members. 
Commissioner Tom Mills and Assistant Commis- 
sioners Dianne Caines, Louis Stout and Billy V. 
Wise present. Conley Manning and Darrell Wells 
were present representing the State Department 
of Education and the State School Boards As- 
sociation. The invocation was given by Jack Bur- 
kich. 

Norman Passmore moved, seconded by Glen 
Ravenscraft, that the minutes of the October 2, 
1976, meeting of the Board be approved. The mo- 
tion was carried unanimously. 

Ray Story made the motion that the minutes 
of the November 1, 1976, meeting of the Board be 
approved. Denval Barriger seconded the motion 
and it passed unanimously. 

President Sauer presented the letter of res- 
ignation received from Board member Cecil Reid. 
Mr. Reid accepted the position of Assistant Super- 
intendent in the Graves County School System 
and is no longer eligible to serve as a member of 
the Board of Control. Commissioner Mills ■was 
instructed to fill the vacancy immediately in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of Article IV, Section 
2, of the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution and By-Laws. 

Mr. Richard Hensel and Coach Bill Fultz came 
before the Board to appeal the eligibility case of 
Steve Hensel. Steve is ineligible under the pro- 
visions of By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule. 
After presenting the facts in the case and answer- 
ing questions from members of the Board. Mr. 
Hensel and Coach Fultz thanked the Board and 
departed. Following a lengthy discussion, Ray 
Story moved that the Transfer Rule not be waived 
in this case. Joe McPherson seconded the motion 
and it passed unanimously. 

Board Attorney Calvert T. Roszell came before 
the Board to report on the court case involving 
Madisonville-North Hopkins High School. Mr. Ros- 
zell explained that the Hopkins Circuit Court had 
ruled against the K.H.S.A.A. in this case, thereby 
permitting Madisonville High School to continue 
with their basketball schedule even though they 
had been suspended from membership in the 
K.H.S.A.A. for playing an ineligible player. After 
hearing the presentation, Ray Story moved that 
the Board instruct Mr. Roszell to appeal the de- 
cision of the Hopkins Circuit Court. Eldon David- 
son seconded the motion and it passed unanimous- 
ly. 

Board Attorney Phil Scott then reported the 
results of the Court case involving Southern High 
School. Southern had been required to forfeit six 
football games for playing an ineligible player, 
under the provisions of K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 24. 
The K.H.S.A.A. lost this case in the Jefferson 
County Circuit Court but received a favorable de- 
cision when it was brought before the Kentucky 
Court of Appeals. Mr. Scott recommended that a 
brief in this case be filed with the Kentucky 
Supreme Court. Glen Ravenscraft made the motion 
that the Board accept the recommendation of Mr. 



Scott. Denval Barriger seconded the motion and 
it passed unanimously. 

Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise reported 
that the football play-offs continue to be success- 
ful. He presented the Board with a financial 
report on the finals played in all classes at Com- 
monwealth Stadium in Lexington. After a dis- 
cussion concerning an additional amount for ex- 
penses to be allotted to each team taking part in 
the final games, Eldon Davidson moved, seconded 
by Jack Burkich, that each of the eight schools 
involved receive an additional amount of $800,00. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

The Board approved the request of Pikeville 
High School to change from Class A in football 
to Class AA. They also approved the request of 
McLean County High School to move from Class 
A to Class AAA. The request of Hancock County 
to change districts in Class A was not granted. 

Prin. Thomas H. Stephenson, Heath High 
School, requested that the enrollment figures used 
to classify teams in football be raised. TTiere was 
no motion to grant this request. 

Mr. Shirley Watts, Assigning Secretary for 
the Central Kentucky Football Officials' Associa- 
tion, presented two proposals to the Board con- 
cerning game fees and mileage allowance for the 
football officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. 
Following a discussion of the proposals, President 
Sauer appointed a committee composed of Billy 
Wise. Jack Burkich, Ray Story, Joe McPherson 
and Denval Barriger to study the proposals and 
make recommendations to the January meeting 
of the Board. 

Upon a motion by Jack Burkich, a second by 
Denval Barriger and a unanimous vote of the 
Board, the following regulations concerning fees 
for district, regional and state basketball tourna- 
ments were adopted. The district tournament offi- 
cials shall receive a fee of $30.00 per game. The 
regional tournament officials shall receive a fee 
of $35.00 per game and the state tournament offi- 
cials shall receive $40.00 per game. The trans- 
portation allowance shall be 10c per mile per car 
for all necessary travel. In the event it is necessary 
for the official to remain overnight at the tourna- 
ment site, he or she shall be paid an additional 
$20.00 per day for lodging and meals. The same 
rates shall apply for both boys and girls tourna- 
ment officials. 

Following a discussion on the assignment of 
officials to tournemient games, Cecil Reid made 
the motion that officials be assigned outside the 
district but within the region in which they reside. 
Glen Ravenscraft seconded the motion an it 
passed by a vote of 5-3. 

Following a discussion on the advantages and 
disadvcm^tages of televising the finals and semi- 
finals of the Boys' State Basketball Tournament. 
Ray Story made the motion that only the final 
game of the 1977 Boys' State Basketball Tourna- 
ment be televised. Joe McPherson seconded the 
motion and it passed unanimously. 

Denval Barriger made the motion that By- 
Law 21, Number of Basketball Games, be waived 
to permit schools in Louisville and Jefferson Coun- 
ty to re-schedule some of the games that were not 
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JANUARY, 1977 VOL. XXXIX— No.6 orders will be accepted on or before February 1. 
— — z — —, r TT' Tickets for individual sessions may be purchased 

Published monthly, except June and July, by Ihe . ,, tnnmampnt <;i+p anv time Hiirtnff tViP tmir- 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association ^^ ^"^ tournament sue any Time OUrmg me lOUr- 

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Lexington, Ky. 40502 

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Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provid- IVTr^TTr^C T'f\ TJT? TM/^TD A T CI 

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***' ^' ""■ „,^ K.H.S.A.A. Conslilution and By-Laws 

Editor TOM MILLS a-RTTPTFTV 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL Aft 1 lOi^t. lA 

Assistant Editor DIANNE H. CAINES AMENDMENTS 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT ,,,,,,. , ^.,. 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE Sec. 1. Deadline for Filing 

Lexington, Kentucky On Or before March 1 of each year a member 

BOARD OF CONTROL school may file with the Commissioner any pro- 

President George E. sauer (1974-1978) Louisville posed change in the Association's Constitution and 

viee-pres. __ ^ _ RAY STORY (1974-1978) Radciiff By-Laws. The Commissioner shall submit these 

Directors Denval Barriuer 1975-1979 , Bowling Green; •' j i_ „ i iu „ -„i, u „i „_-^ *„ 

Jack Burkich (1976-1980), whiiesburg; Eidon E. Davidson proposed changes to the member schools prior to 

(1973-1977), Moniiceiio; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), the annual meeting. Except by a two-thirds vote 

Louisville; Norman Passmore (1976-1980), Lexingto.n; Glen- f ^he delegates, no proposals Other than these 

don Ravenscraft (1976-1979), Alexandria; Paul Trimble , *=•.,'., ,^ ^.^ , ±- ^ 

(1976-1980), Paintsviiie. Coniey Manning, State Dept. of may be Considered at the annual meeting. 

Education representative. See. 2. Vote Necessary to Amend 

Subscription Hate SI. 00 per year A two-thirds majority of all votes cast by the 

— — delegates at the annual meeting shall be neces- 

<^ ./ C^ . . ' /^/>,^ sary to amend the Constitution and By-Laws. 



INFORMATION 

STATE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL 
TOURNAMENTS 

(Boys and Girls) 

The 1977 State High School Boys' and Girls' 
Basketball Tournament will be held in Freedom 
Hall, Louisville, on March 16-19 and at Eastern 
Kentucky University, Richmond, on March 23-26, 
respectively. The first session of the tournament 
is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon. There are 
two sessions for each of the da.ys. Wednesday, 
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 

On or after February 1, 1977, K.H.S. Boys' 
State Tournament, P.O. Box 7502, Lexington, 
Kentucky 40502, will accept mail orders for com- 
plete sets of tickets for the tournament. The orders 
for the boys' tournament will be filled after the 
schools have received the tickets allotted to them 
under the plan of distribution set up by the 
K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control. The orders from the 
300 member schools will take all the box seats 
on the sides, all the chair seats below the boxes 
and chair seats in the center of chair section. 

The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for 
the boys' tournament are as follows: end box seats, 
$32.00; side balcony chau seats, $32.00; end bal- 
cony chair seats, $24.00. Each order must include 
a remittance of $1.00 for postage and insurance 
on the tickets, and checks should be made payable 
to K.H.S. Boys' State Tournament. Orders for in- 
dividual session tickets will be accepted during 
the February 7-28 period, and should not be in- 
cluded with orders for complete sets of tickets 
mailed prior to that time. Tickets available for 
individual session tickets will be side balcony chair 
seats at $4.00 a session and end balcony chair 
seats at $3.00. All seats in Fi-eedom Hall are chairs. 
An over-the-counter sale will begin at Freedom 
Hall on March 9 and continue through the tourna- 
ment. 

The price of tickets per set (8 sessions) for the 
Girls' Tournament are as follows: side chair seats 
are $32.00; all other seats are $24.00. Only com- 
plete sets of tickets may be ordered by mail. 
Checks or money orders should be made payable 
to Girls' State Tournament Ticket Sales. Mail 



Attention, Coaches and Athletic Directors 

The first annual convention for all coaches 
and athletic directors in the State of Kentucky 
will be held this next April 29-30, 1977, and May 
1, 1977, at the Louisville Marriott Inn, Clarksville, 
Indiana. 

This will be the inaugural meeting in what 
should develop into an outstanding professional 
convention. All interscholastic sports will have 
opportunities for their own session plus general 
sessions for everyone. 

Wives and children are cordially invited to 
attend and enjoy the hospitality of the Marriott. 

More information will be forthcoming con- 
cerning this convention. Watch for information 
in the next issue of the High School Athlete. 



Attention Swimming Coaches 

The events for the State Swimming Meets 
for 1977 will be the same as those hsted in the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution and By-Laws, Swimming 
Regulations on pages 62-63. We will use the 
National Federation Rules. 

The Class AAA Meets will be held at the 
Bowling Green High School on February 18-19. 
The Class AA will be held at Bowling Green High 
School on February 25-26. The following schools 
have indicated they will have teams: 

CLASS AAA BOYS 



Atherton 
Ballard 

Bowling Green 
Bryan Station 
Central 
Eastern 
Fern Creek 
Henderson County 



Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Owensboro 
Paul G. Blazer 
St. Xavier 
Shawnee 
Tates Creek 
Waggener 



CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Assumption Henderson Count.y 

Atherton Heni-y Clay 

BaUard Lafayette 

Bowling Green Louisville Collegiate 

Bryan Station Owensboro 

Central Paul G. Blazer 

Eastern Sacred Heart 

Fern Creek Tates Creek 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1977 



Page Three 



CLASS AA BOYS 



Apollo 

Beechwood 

Campbell County 

Christian County 

Conner 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Dixie Heights 

Elizabethtown 

Fleming County 

Franklin County 

Greenville 

Highlands 

Hopkins ville 

Kentucky Country Day 



Kentucky School f/t 

Blind 
Kentucky School f/t Deaf 
Knott County 
Lloyd Memorial 
Madisonville-N. Hopkins 
Model 
Murray 
Newport 

Newport Catholic 
Oneida Institute 
RusseU 
Simon Kenton 
Woodford County 



CLASS AA GIRLS 



Apollo 
Beechwood 
Campbell County 
Christian County 
Conner 
Dixie Heights 
Elizabethtown 
Fleming County 
Franklin County 
Highlands 
Hopkinsville 
Kentucky Country Day 
Kentucky School f/t 
BUnd 



Knott County 

LaSalette 

Lloyd Memorial 

Madisonville-N. Hopkins 

Model 

Mt. St. Joseph 

Murray 

Newport 

Notre Dame 

Oneida Institute 

Russell 

Scott County 

Simon Kenton 

Villa Madonna 



Kentucky School f/t Deaf Woodford County 



Wrestling Regions 

The Board of Control has set up eight regions 
in wrestling. The region, the name of the manager 
and the schools assigned to each region are listed 
below. If your school plans to enter a team and 
is not listed in any region, wiU you please contact 
this office or the regional manager nearest you. 

The drawing for the State Wrestling Tourna- 
ment will be held at Atherton High School on 
February 8, at 7:30 P.M. 

The State Wrestling Tournament will be held 
at the Atherton High School, Louisville, on Febur- 
ary 11-12, 1977. Orville Williams and Gene Minton 
will manage the State Tournament. 

Union County Region (Mike Thomas) — Cald- 
well County, Christian County, Ft. Campbell, 
Greenville, Marshall County, Mayfield, Paducah 
Tilghman, Trigg County, Union County, Webster 
County 

Hardin County Region (Dwayne Elhs) — 
Bowling Green, East Hardin, Ft. Knox, Franklin- 
Simpson, Grayson County, Hancock County, Hen- 
derson County, Hopkinsville, North Hardin, 
Owensboro, West Hardin 

West Jefferson Region (Maurice Pieper) — 
Doss. Fairdale, Pleasure Ridge Park. Shawnee, 
Stuart, Valley, Western 

Central Jefferson Region (Larry Mann) — 
Atherton, Central. DeSales, du Pont Manual, Dur- 
rett, Ky. School for the Blind, Male, St. Xavier, 
Seneca, Trinity 

East Jefferson Region (Richard Lombard) — 
Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Wag- 
gener. Westport 

Frankfort Region (Raymond Webb) — Boyle 
County, Danville, Frankfort. Frankhn County, 
Jessamine County, Millersburg Military Inst., Old- 
ham County, Russell County, Woodford County 

Northern Kentucky Region (Jerry Abney) • — 
Boone County, Campbell County, Conner, Dayton, 
Holmes, Newport Catholic, Simon-Kenton 

Lexington Region (David Bunnell) — Belfry. 



Boyd County, Bryan Station, Elkhom City, Harri- 
son County, Henry Clay, Johnson Central, La- 
fayette, Middlesboro, Oneida Inst, Paintsville, 
Tates Creek 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it 
Is the home phone number unless otherwise designated. 
If two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Brvant. Stephen D.. 203 Norris Dr.. Clarksville. Tenn. 37040 
Cardin, G. Melvis. 13203 Meadowlawn Dr.. Louisville 40272, 

937-5035. 968-6111 
Clarkson, William H.. 132 Alumni Ave.. Hopkmsville 42240. 

886-2885. 886-3458 
Crawford, Warren J., 1329 Devonport Dr. #12, Lexington 

40504, 233-1038. 258-2777 
Cunningham, Brvan P.. Route 4. Hopkinsville 42240, 886- 

6211 
Cave. James L.. 7902 Bardstown Rd.. Louisville 40291, 

239-3718 
Davenport. Dave E.. 223 Capt. Frank. New Albany. Ind. 

47150. 945-4308. 945-0297 
Davis. Chris B.. P. O. Box 96. Stone 41567, 353-4593 
Dostal. John. 5005 E. Sundown Ct.. Louisville 40222. 426- 

4256. 451-2183 
Easlev. Dan, Route 3. Nicholasville 40356, 885-9613, 858-3511 
Fortunate. Robert A.. 1132 Samuel St., Louisville 40204. 

637-7102, 584-5141 
Goldman. Marc. 11410 Flag. Cincinnati, Ohio 45240, 831-2990 
Griges. John N. 3045 Dartmouth Dr. Lexington 40503, 

272-4749 
Hall, Gary. Box 608. Elkhorn City 41522, 754-4315. 754-9098 
Hodee. Kenneth. 4304 Mt. Vernon Rd.. Louisville 40220, 

456-1261. 454-7692 
Hollowav. Michael, 227 Howerd. Burlington 41005. 586-6300. 

961-6100 

Ingraham. Gary. 9706 Lanesboro Way. Louisville 40222, 

425-5215. 897-2815 
-Tolinson, Thomas. 112 LaRue Ct.. Radcliff 40160. 748-2385 
Laudeman. Bob. 206 Don Allen Road. Louisville 40207, 

895-3944 
.',ineberrv. Mark D . 511 Christopher PI. Louisville 40214. 

367-1496. 588-5163 
Martin. Alan. 2511 Lamborne Blvd.. Louisville 40272, 935- 

0031, 452-5128 
Martin. Donnv. 201 Travlor .St.. Princeton 42445, .365-5417 
Meredith, Clyde L-. Hwv..62 West. East View 42732. 862-3492 
Miller. John C.. 500 Hollow Creek Rd.. Apt. 45, Lexington 

40511 (Bus.) 258-5826 
PPonl, Frederick C-. 700 Woodland Ave.. Lexington 40508. 

258-2350. 257-3069 
Quinn. Larry, Route 1. 2914 Sunset Drive. New Albany. 

Ind.. 47150. 945-3986 
Rhorer. Huffh. 1333 Centre Pkwv.. Apt. 10. Lexington 

4050?. 272-9762. 258-5140 
Roach. Bob. 1474 B Hill Street. Radcliff 40160. 351-6136 
Robinson. Frank. 4303 Newrort Road. Louisville 40218. 

454-5572. 4.'i2-4633 
Rose. Roper W., 804 Evans Drive. Middlesboro 40985. 248- 

4156. 248-1193 
."^heeran. Paul. 205 Cannons L=ine. Louisville 40206. 895-4973 
Sweat. Michael F.. Route 4. Elizabethtown 42701. 737-7448. 

862-3924 
Wails. Mickev. 114 Harvev Lane. Princeton 42445. .''65-9871 
Washmeton. Eugene. 517 Clifton. Versailles 40383. 873-3550. 

272-2411 



Board Minutes 

(Continued from Page One) 

played during the recent teachers strike. Norman 
Passmore seconded the motion and it passed" unani- 
mously. 

Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Eldon 
Davidson, that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning October 1, 1976, and ending 
November 30, 1976. be allowed. The motion was 
carried imanimously. 

The next meeting date for the Board was 
scheduled for January 21, 1977, at 9:00 A.M., at 
Stouffers' Inn in Louisville. 

There being no further business, the meet- 
ing was adjourned. 



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EDMONSON COUNTS' — CLASS AA, REGION I, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Prin. J. Vincent, T. Ritter, H. Houchin, R. Minyard, M. Sites, B. J. Caxnes, T. Vincent, 
T. Ashley, M. Durbin, T. Ashley, R. Davis, Ass't Prin. R. Hardi;n. Second Row: K. White, T. Vincent, K. Clemmons, 
T. Bullock, C. Turner, D. Pellv, J. Cole, D. Garmon, C. Culbreth, G. Keith, Mgr. D. Halsell. Third Row: Mgr. D. Lobb, 
V. Decker, T. Mouladier, H. French, A. Jaggers, B. Jaggers, R. Brooks, R. Boards, T. Renfro, D. Duvall, Mgr. B. Booth, 
Mgr. T. Houchins. Fourth Row; Ass't Coach D. Gray, M. Fontania, Ass't Coach E. Rich, Coach C. Hopkins. 



SCOTT COUNTY — CLASS AA, REGION II, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 








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h , tJ 







(Left to Right) Front Row: B. Langley, T. Mitchell, J. Penn, R. Hammona, J. MulhoUand, B. Warre^i, R. Wise, 
G. Shepherd. Second Row: Mgr. M. Heizer. Mgr. S. Saunders, J. Walton, J. Traylor, C. Jonei, C. Hall, B. Perkins, 
J. MulhoUand, Mgr. H. Hoskins, Mgr. W. Coleman. Third Row: T. White, B. Curtis, C. Jackson, T. Lewis, J. Disney, 
S. Sturgill, B. Muse, A. Williams. Fourth How: J. Dale, S. Mathis, J. Moore, H. Grajives. S. Simpson, J. Woodruff, 
T. James, B. Hayes, T. Clinkinbeard. Fifth Row: T. Patterson, G. Morrison, E. Mason, R. Happy, H. Clay, S. Collins, 
J. Happy, T. Herron. Sixth Row: Coach C. Gibson, Coach B . Wilson, Coach M. PucciarelU. Coach C. MuUind, Coach 
T. Butler, Coach V, Johnson, Coach T. Krebs. 



SOMERSET — CLASS AA, REGION III, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 








(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. D. Stein, M. Deaton, R. Vajihook, R. Brown, J. Stein, B. Higdon, J. Hawkins, T. 
Burris, S. Ard, P. Buxton, M. Toole, M. Polston, C. Tate, Mgr. M. Wilson. Second Row: T. Veuable, A. Newell, 
M. Moore, R. Cox, D. Clancy, J. Cress, J. Peters, S. Sears., P. Mcintosh, A. Brooks, W. Randall, B. Upchurch, K. 
Colson, H. Cain, P. Logsdon, J. Jewell, A. Cheuvrant. Third Row: R. Lucas, D. Brown, S. Parrott, R. Phillpot, R. 
Havey, N. Tonamachi, A. Prather, H. Sheehan, G. Newell, J. Dujigan, D. Mayfield, D. Stigall, D. Withers, E. Stevens, 
J. Hines, D. Morrovr, C. Coffey, J. Hopper. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1977 



Page Five 



1976-77 Basketball 

Approved and Certified Officials 

A lai-ge number of K.H.S.A.A. registered offi- 
cials qualified for the advanced rating of Ap- 
proved and Certified as a result of the National 
Federation Basketball examinations which was 
given in Kentucky December 6, 1976. Only of- 
ficials receiving these higher ratings are eligible 
to work in the district and regional tournaments. 
Only Certified officials are ehgible to work in the 
State Tournament. 

Basketball officials who qualified for ad- 
vanced ratings during the current season are as 
follows: 

CERTIFIED 



Acton, Claude J. 
Adams, James C. 
Allen, Doug 
Allen, Nelson R. 
Allen, Tommy 
Allen, Yvon 
AUgood, Russell L. 
Anders, Raleigh 
Anderson, Edward 
Bailey, Jimmy Hershel 
Bair, Dave 
Baker, Janice 
Baldwin, Dennis 
Banks, Buddy 
Barnes. Barry 
Bell. Clarence 
Bell, Robert J. 
Bell, Ronald 
Berger, Richard 
Bernardini, Bruno 
Bertsch, Ron 
Beshears, Jim 
Bevins. Wallace I. 
Bibb, Ennis W. 
Biter, Charles D. 
Black, Willis L. 
Blevins, Boone 
Bogar, Joseph D. 
Bone, Gerald 
Bowling, Donald 
BrEinstetter, Elwood 
Brewer, Jerry 
Bridges, Ralph L. 
Brock, Abner 
Brock, John D. 
Brockman, Gerald K. 
Brody, Theresa 
Brothers, Dottie 
Browder, Homer 
Brown, E. C. 
Brown, Lyman D. 
Browning, Danny W. 
Browning, Wayne 
Bryant, Jimmy W. 
Bullock, James D. 
Bullock. Larry E. 
Burch, Bill 
Burkhart. James 
Burton, John, Jr. 
Bush, Karmen 
Butcher, Douglas 
Butcher, Granville "Bo" 
Butcher, Stephen D. 
Butner, Billy M. 
Camacho, Marcus 
Carlberg, John H. 
Carpenter, Jasper 



Carr, Larry 
Cash, Charles 
Gates. Billy C. 
Cecil, James Ron 
Centers, Mike 
Clark, James K. 
Click, Edgle 
Cobb, Mike 
Cochran, Ray D. 
Coffman, Steve 
Colley, Lynn W. 
Collier, Burnard 
CoUis, Hubert 
Combs, Henry 
Congleton, S. Jay 
Conley, Joe 
Cooksey, Marvin O. 
Copley, Sidney M. 
Cotton, Carl 
Cox, Ken 
Cox, Rufus 
Crager, Bobby F. 
Cravens, Robert L., Jr. 
Cundiff, Curt 
Curry, Randall 
Daniel, Roger T. 
Daniels, Robert A. 
Dant, Joseph 
Davis, Jay W. 
Davis, Thomas A. 
Day, Bill E. 
Day, Jack L. 
Day, Rick 
Dennedy. Bob 
DeVary, Bill 
Dill, J. Roger 
Dillihay. Ralph E. 
Divine, Wayne 
Dixon, BiUy M. 
Dixon, Ronald R. 
Doll, Allen 
Dotson, Paul 
Dowd, Jim 
Downs, Joseph 
Drake, Richard 
Driskell. Earl, Jr. 
Drnevich, Roxanne 
Duff, Birchell 
Duff, Earl 
Durbin, Hade 
Durbin, Roy 
Duvall, Thomas J., Sr. 
Dyke, Orville D. 
Early, Robert G. 
East, WilUam L. 
Eaves, James K. 
Ebel, Jack 



Edwards, Ernest S. Jr. 
Elliott, Michael Coyle 
Emmons, Guy W. 
Estes, Walter R. 
Evans, Lewis 
Farley, Jimmy 
Faulk, Terry ' 
Feger, George 
Fields, Rufus, Jr. 
Florence, Joe 
Floyd, Richard 
Flynn, Bobby 
Frazier, Mac 
Freppon, Tom 
Fritz, John C. 
Froebel, Martin C. 
Funk, Carol Ann 
Gaddie. Gary 
Gardner, Gary M. 
Gatterdam, Ed 
Gentry, Dale 
Gettler, John F. 
Gibson, Fred W. 
Gilbert, Gerald 
Goldey, William H. 
Goode, Earl A. 
Gordon, Roy T. 
Gorrell, Howard 
Gover, Luid 
Gray, Kenneth E. 
Greathouse, Frank 
Green, Donald 
Greer, Phil 
Griffith, Michael R. 
Haas, Tom V. 
Hackett, Wilbur, Sr. 
Hall, Donald W. 
Hall, Richard G. 
Hall, Tommy D. 
HaU, William W. 
Hamm, Gerald A. 
Hampton, Doug 
Hargis, Noel 
Harper, James A. 
Harper, Robie 
Harrison, Tim 
Hawkins, Donald 
Hayden, John O. 
Ha.yes, James V. 
Heicken, Mai-y Y. 
Henson, Don 
Hicks, Gene 
Hill, James F. 
Hill, Sue 
Hilton, Billy 
Hinton, Henry E., Jr 
Holt, Larry K. 
Holt, Robert E. 
Holt. Terrell W. 
Hook, Don 
Home, J. E., Jr. 
Houk, Jackie 
Howard, James 
Hughes, Brenda 
Hughes, Rufus L. 
Hummel, Thomas 
Hunt, Leonard D. 
Hutchens, Jim 
Jackson, Dennis 
Jackson, Edward 
Jackson, Robert H. 
Jansen, Jean 
Jenkins, Jerry 
Jent, Richard 
Johnson, Gayle 
Johnson, Harry B. 
Johnson, James M. 
Johnson, Jerry Lee 



Johnson, John L. 
Johnson, Walter 
Jones, Alexander, Jr. 
Jones, Denver "Smokey" 
Jones, Frank 
Kazunas, Gerald 
Keatley, James H. 
Kelley, Lary 
King, Jim 
King, Raymond H. 
Kirk, Charles 
Kirk, Walter C. 
Klump, William Roger 
Knauer, Glen M. 
Kouns, Robert H. 
Lamar, Houston O. 
Lambert, Irvin 
Lane, Leon 
Latkovski, Anastasius 
Lawson, Rondell 
Layne, Bert 
Layne, Malcolm 
LelDer, Jerry 
Lefevers, Colman 
Lehkamp, Ken 
Liedtke, Joe 
Lile, Clyde F. 
Littlepage, Pryce B. 
Loeser, Alan J. 
Long, Jim 
Long, Robert F. 
Long, William H. 
Louden, Hubert 
Lusby, George H. 
McCarthy, Steve 
McCarley, John W. 
McClure, Jerry 
McGinty, L. V. Jr. 
McKenzie, Dwight E. 
McKinney, Jim 
McLeon, Gordon 
McMillin, Larry L. 
McPike, Ray S., Jr 
Madon, Robert L. 
Maines, George 
Meadors, William J. 
Meadow, Marvin S. 
Meredith, Denny 
Meredith, Billy 
Meyer, Raymond F. 
Middleton, Johnny 
Milbern, Daniel L. 
Miller, Harold P. 
Monks, Ronald E. 
Montgomery, Chester 
Moore, Marvin 
Moore, Robert 
Morgan, Earl M. 
Morgan. Richard 
Morris, Larry 
Morrison, Daniel G. 
Morse, Richard K. 
Moser, Rudy C. 
Mullins, William B. 
Murdach, Leslie 
Murphy, Michael P. 
Murt, Gene T. 
Napier, Charles Michael 
Nelson, Clarence R. 
O'Nan, Norman 
Overby, Jerry 
Owens, Bruce E. 
Owens. Bruce Van 
Owings, Hank 
Pace, Donald 
Page, Jim 
Palko, Edward 
Pearl, George, W. 



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Peeno, Harry R. 
Pelphrey, Joe 
Pelphrey, Paul 
Pence, William Jerry 
Perry, James E. 
Peterson, Maggie 
PhilUps, Harold 
Phillips, Thomas 
Pietrowski, Paul C. 
Poe, Thomas E. 
Pogue, Ivan G. 
Polly, Rex 
Purcell, Ken 
Quisenberry, James M. 
Racke, Jerry 
Radjunas. Ed 
Ramey, Gary 
Ramsey. Mike 
Randolph, Deward E. 
Reader, Robert 
Redle, Joel E. 
Reeves, Curtis 
Rhodes, Cecil 
Rich, Dennis W. 
Ring, Wm. H. "Bill" 
Roesel, Joseph F. 
Rogers, Rufus B. 
Runyon, Tommy Dean 
Russell, Wm. Clem 
Salyer, Hem-y E. 
Sams, Glenn 
Saviors, Carlee 
Schell. Jerry C. 
Sears, Wilson 
Sellier, Ed 
Selvy, Curt 
Shaw, Earl 
Shearer, Robert L. 
Shinbaum, Ralph 
Shuck, Thomas G. 
Sigler, Susie 
Sims, Frank D. 
Skaggs, Bobby L. 
Skaggs, Robert "Bob" 
Smallwood, Talmadge 
Smith, Benny L. 
Smith, Ronald K. 
Smith, Wayne N. 
Smith, Willard N. 
Smith, William E. 
Spalding, J. Randall 
Spencer, Irvin E. 
Spoonamore, Jim 
Stacy, Donny R. 
Stark, Douglas 
Stephenson, Harry S. 
Stethen, James E. 
Stevenson, Michael G. 



Stewrart, Dale 
Stikeleather, Clyde L 
Stoess, Henry L. 
Stone, Sidney P. 
Stovall, Catherine 
Stovall, Tom E. 
Strain, Richard 
Straus, Wm. H. 
Strong, Charles E. 
Stuedle, Ray 
Sullivan, Ray 
Sullivan, Dan 
Sumner, Carl 
Switzer, Richard 
Swope, Tom 
Szyper, Richard T. 
Taylor, Donald D. Sr. 
Taylor, John 
Thomas, Bill G. 
Thompson, Beth 
Thompson, Ronnie 
Thompson, Thomas A 
Thompson, Tom D. 
Thornsberry, Larry R. 
TindaU, Clifford 
Tinsley, Marion R. 
Towler, Stephen W. 
Troutman, Doyle 
Turpin, Donald W. 
Turpin, Ronald D. 
Urlage, Richard 
Vance, Hunter, Jr. 
Vanover, J. W. 
Vanover Wiley G. 
Vinson, Ray t. 
Vories, Richard M. 
Votaw, Tony 
Walters, Darvi^in 
Ward, Nan K. 
Ward, Robert L. 
Weihe, Robert J. 
Wells, Glenn 
Weyer, James G. 
Whitaker. Charles W. 
White, William L. 
Whitehead, Chris 
Wilferd, Shirley 
Williams, Becky 
Williams. Bobby G. 
Williams, Greg 
Williams, Roger 
Williams. S. Jack 
Wilson, Paul 
Winfrey, Shelby 
Wingfield, Felix 
Wi throw. Roy D. 
Wright, A. D 
Wyatt, Henry S. 



APPROVED 



Adams, Beverly 
Adams, Ray, Jr. 
Adkins, Leslie H. (Bud) 
Adkins. Robert C. Jr. 
AUen, Elmer L. 
Allen, HiUary L. 
Anderson, Aim T. 
Anderson, Ralph 
Appling, James 
Appling, Wayne 
V^i-fUn, Tracy T. 
Ashurst, Mike 
. Bain, Stanley 
Barker. Kenny Ray 
Bartley, Joseph 



Beckner, Gene 
Bell, Billy 
Benton, Douglas 
Bertrand, Earl F. 
Bevins, Wallace I. 
Billips, Doug 
Bogar, Joseph D 
Boucher, Larry G. Jr. 
Brock, Jack W. 
Brooks, Carl 
Brown, Michael R. 
Brown, Rickie F. 
Browning, Danny 
BueU, Eliiah 
Burkeen, Phillip C. 



Cadwell, Charles 
Campbell, Dexter 
Games, Dwight 
Catron, Ken 
Chapman, Gary 
Cohen Steven 
Compton, Adolphus 
Conder, Joseph B. Jr. 
Cornelison, Michael R. 
Crabb, Betty 
Crabb, John B. 
Craig, Ronald 
Crawford, Thomas 
Crisp, Jackie Day 
Critteiden, David 
Cross, Keith 
Cross, Roger 
Crouse, James 
Crum, Jane 
Crutcher. Paul M. 
Cupp, Jackie R. 
Damron. Adam G. 
Davis, Bobby 
Davis, John C. 
Davis, William G. Jr. 
Decker, Neil 
DeNicola, Anthony 
Denton, Calvin R. 
Duff, Alger 
Duff, Patricia 
Eads, Ronald R. 
Edmondson, Johnny B. 
Edwards, Wayne 
Embry, Johnny 
Everly, Phyllis J. 
Featherstone, Jerry 
Featherstone. John E. 
Flynn. Steve 
Fox, Carl 
Fox, Joanna 
Francis. William 
Fuchs. Martha L. 
Geurin, Joe 
Gibbons, Mike 
Gibson, Gary F. 
Gibson, Russell K. 
Goodrich, Eugene 
Grant, Neilson E. 
Gray, Gary D. 
Gupton. Lawrence 
Hall. Timmy K. 
Hall. Tommy 
Hamilton, Paul K. 
Harp, David A. 
Hart. Peggy 
Hatfield. Robert M. 
Hayes, James (Pete) 
Head, Jack B. 
Henderson, Roger A. 
Hicks, Steven E. 
Higdon, Sam 
Hobbs, Charles 
Hoben, Mary J. 
Holmes, Robert E. 
Holt, Ron 
Holt, Timothy E. 
Hopson, James E. 
Hourigan, James F. Jr. 
Howard, Dwight 
Hubbard, Oscar 
Hunt, William G. 
Isaac, Barbara A. 
Isham. Buford 
Johnson, Stan W. 
Keeling, Reuben 
Kemper, Nancy 
Kirklan, Sue 
Kirklin. Luther 



Kluepfel, Joseph 
Lamastus. Randall 
Lashley, Dan 
Lawson, Sonny 
Lawson, Stan 
Lee, David 
Lee, Reggie 
Lykins, William 
Lyons, Ronald G. 
McAnally. Tom 
McEuen, Robert A. 
McPherson. Lanny 
Maddin, Wilham E. 
Maddox, Arthur L. 
Marquart, Jerome 
Matthews, Arthur 
Maxe.y, Mike 
Maxwell, Michael 
Mefford, Randy 
Miles, Ralph A. 
Miller, Richard L. 
Miniard, Lonnie 
Moore, N. Dean 
Morgan, Chuck 
Morgan, Terry D. 
Morris, J. C. 
Myers, Ron 
Napier, Wallace 
Neace. Glenn 
Neely. Jim 
Newsome, Gerald D. 
Newton, Dennis W. 
Noble, Gary 
Norment, William 

Nuckols, Mike 

Oak, Jerry 

Overstreet, Walter R. 

Owens, Pete 
Pack, Judy 

Pandolfi, Thomas 

Parker, Lowell D. 

Parrott, Sharon 

Peden, Harlan C. 

Penner. Daniel H. 

Percell, Danny 

Phipps, Dannie L. 

Pickrell. Jerry 

Powell, Billy R. 

Powell, Sallie 

Radiunas, John 

Raybourne, Pat 

Raymer, Don L. 

Read, Ray 

Revis, David 

Rhodus, Harry 

Rice, Willard 

Ringstaff, Toy 

Ritchie, WiUiam H. 

Roberts. Elza 

Roberts. Teri 

Robinson. Tony L. 

Rogers, Ralph 

Sammons, C. J. 

Sander. John David 

Schutte. Bruce M. 

Shain, Debbie 

Shake, Kenneth L. 

Smith, Gary 

Smith, Ronald A. 

Snider, Herbert 

Sparrow, John A. 

Spratling. Obie 

StafnoUa. Eugene 

Stark. AUan 

Stevenson. Marcus B. 

Stober, Martha 

Stokes, Tommy G. 

Stone, Myra 



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Taylor, Bill 
Taylor, Dale 
Thompson. David L. 
Thompson, Gary 
Thompson, Gerald D. 
Thompson, Joe 
Thompson, Robert E. 
Thompson, Cecil W. 
Thornberry, Gary 
Towe. Steve 
Trabue, David 
Turner, Keenan 
Tuttle, John 
Tyler, Kenneth 
Vincent, Dale 
Wade. Sharon 
Wages, Robert 
Wallace. John 
WaUen, Wendell L. 



Ward, Larry 
Watson, Neil S. 
Watts, Leon 
Webb, William 
Wheeler, Lou S. 
White, Byron 
Whitley. Kim 
Whitt. Michael D. 
Willhite, Raymond 
Williams, Donald 
Williams. Gary 
Wilson, Kenneth H. 
Wilson, Plomer C. Jr. 
Wise. Gaila 
Wood. Gary 
Woosley, Darrell G. 
Woosley, Donald R. 
Wooton. Danny G. 



210 Sage Road. Louisville 40207, 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Basketball Officials 
(Continued from December Athlete) 

If Ihe telephone number is given for an official, it 
is ihe home phone number unless otherwise designated. 
If two ^umbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Hall, Tommy L.. Pippa Passes 41844. 368-3496 

Hardm Don G.. Box 88. Morehcad 40351, 784-7698. 845-9871 

Hargis, Noel K.. R. «:1. Box 130 A. Somerset 42501. 679-6417. 

679-1136 
Harned. Delano D.. Custer 40115. 536-3187. 774-7606 
Harp Gene W.. 1915 Westminister Dr., Lexington 40504. 

252-79a2. 254-6412 
Harp, Kenneth R.. 3522 Brookview Place. Lexington 40503, 

272-5148 
Harper. Robin. P.O. Box 51, Beechmont 42323. 476-8084. 

476-8775 
Harrison, Harold. Apt. =41. 2354 Running Creek Road, 

Crescent Springs 41011, 341-0415, 291-6155 
Hartman, Norman R., Box 72006—9707 Northridge Dr., 

Vallev Station 40272, 935-4094, 367-0876 
Hash, Jeffrey L., 1519 Gagel Avenue. Louisville 40216, 

366-5018. 637-9881 
Hatfield. Daniel E., 2825 Lexington Road, Box 1154, 

Louisville 40206, 897-4472 
Hawks, Robert (Bob), 604 Chestnut St., Apt. #1, Berea 

404U4, 986-8553, 986-9341 
Havnes. Donald R., Pleasant View. Williamsburg 40769, 

549-5022 549-1551 
Hayne's. Ronnie. R.R. itl. Ekron 40117, 828-2303 
Havs. Harold Jr.. R.R. *1. Box 181. McKee 40447, 965-3387 
Heaberlin. HoUice W.. 516 Franz Street. Raceland 41169, 

836-6303 
Hellman, Paul, 2517 Bradley Avenue. Louisville 40217, 

637-8172, 776-1501 
Hendren. James W.. Rt. itl. Mackville 40040. 375-4498 
Henry, Keith, RR it2, Hazel Green 41332. 725-4382. 666-7521 
Hcnsiev. Jerrv, Box 90. Mattox Hall, E.K.U., Richmond 

40475. 625-1341 
Hicks, Gene, 105 5th Street. LaGrange 40031. 222-1829, 

222-1336 
Hieneman. Mike, 2005 Lincoln Ave., Greenup 41144, 473- 

9447, 784-7088 
Hill, Mvron K. 1103 N. Tolliver. Kissick Trl. Park S6, 

Morehead 40351. 987-5141, 987-1667 
Hilpp, Louis E.. 7509 Devereaux Lane, Louisville 40258. 

935-80S0 
Hilton, Billy, 323 Maplewood, Springfield 40069. 336-7594, 

336-7170 
Hinton, Darrell. Hill Street. Livermore 42352. 278-2987. 

278-2105 
Hinton. J. Anthony, 534 Hollow Creek Rd. itlOS, Lexington 

40511. 293-2748, 272-2411 
Hodees, Bill. 397 Pine Street. Benham 40807. 848-2026. 

589-2628 
Holt, Greg, 1821 Dalna. Lexington 40505, 299-8451, 269-3326 
Holt, Timothy. 197 Stoke on Trent. Louisville 40299. 

491-5178, 426-2000, Ext. 244 
Holtzclaw, James R., Rt. Hi. Stanford 40484. 346-2492 
Horn. Richard M., 2015 Camperdown Ct.. Lexington 40504, 

277-8952, 624-14,58 
Horstman. James R.. 422 Lotis Way Apt. #2. Louisville 

40207. 897-9247, 893-2537 
Hosteller, Nancy. Riverside Christian School, Lost Creek 

41348, 666-2359 



664-2450 
Paris 40361, 987-1641. 

#4. Lexington 40508. 

Ave.. Murray 42071, 

Lancaster 40444, 



St 



Glasgow 42141, 
Apt. #C5, Dawson 
Lexington 40503, 



Hourigan, Timothy. 

897-5679 
Howard, Roger D., Coldiron 40819. 
Hudnall, Wm.. 156 Woodmont Ct.. 

299-0462 
Hughes. Brenda. 500 Ohio St. Apt. 

255-9040 
Hughes, Jeffrey J.. 1705 Dodson 

753-8644 
Hurt, Thomas C. 122 Hamilton Ave.. 

792-3067, 792-3018 
Hutchens, Jim, 1739 Poors Lane. Owensboro 42301. 685- 

1300. 685-3121 
Hutchinson, Jack, 325 Nottingham Rd., Lexington 40503. 

272-2531. 253-1314 
Hyatt. Robert L. Jr., Box 61 — Linden Dr.. LawrencebuTB 

40342, 839-4436. 839-7631 
Idol. Billy Joe Sr.. 124 Leafwood Rd.. Middlesboro 40965. 

248-2837. 248-1371 
Isaacs. James G.. 228 Glendale Ave.. Lexington 40505, 

253-1279. 255-5676 
Jackson, Ed.. 2507 West 9th. Owensboro 42301. 684-4664, 

926-3200. Ext. 272 
Jackson, Stephen A., RR #1, Glencoe 41046, 643-5541, 

567-5761 
Jackson, Walter, Rt. »6, Box 248. Rockhold 40759. 549-0114 
Jamerson, Dewey. Box #1. Bypro 41612. 452-2585 
Jenkins, Burnev R.. 510 Hollow Creek Rd.. Apt. #82, 

Lexington 40511. Bus. 863-3805 
Jennings, Donnie. Cloverport 40111 
Jennings. James H., 503 W. Cherry 

651-5671. 651-8862 
Jennings, Jeff. Dawson Springs Apts. 

Springs 42408, 797-8119. 797-2909 
Jennings, Ned, 148 Vanderbilt Drive, 

272-2944 

Johns, James E., 39 Executive Park. Berea 40403. 986- 

9715 232-2637 
Jolly. Barry, 21 Thatcher Ct., Alexandria 41001. 635-5696, 

441-7901 
Jones, Douglas, Route *2. Eubank 42567. 423-2556 
Jones. Ken, 512 W. Campbell, Greenville 42345. 338-5711, 

338-4592 
Kaufman, Leonard D., Rev., 2230 Greenwood Ave., Louis- 
ville 40210. 772-7315 
Keene. Johnny, RR #1, Box 133B. Jackson 41370. 295- 

2670, 295-2341 
Kellev, Jack, 413 Berry Avenue. Ashland 41101, 324-8728. 

783-3441 
Kendall, David. Rt. #4, Murphv Road. Bowling Green 

42101. 843-1885 
Kennedy. Russell. 218 East Todd St.. Frankfort 40601, 

875-3401 223-32,33 
Kidd, Ronriie L., P.O. Box 28. Pine Knot 42635. 354-2868, 

679-4351 
Kile, Michael W , 2630 Chant Ct., Lexington 40509, 269-4950 
Kirk. Charles. P O. Box 543, Cumberland 40823, 589-2086. 

633-4422 or 4291 
Kirkland, Drew, P.O. Box 684, Owensboro 42301, 926- 

2488, 684-1404 
Kirkpatrick, Thomas H., P.O. Box 317. New astle 40050. 

845-2700, 845-2775 
Kistner, Gary L.. 6405 Birch Line Blvd., Louisville 40291, 

239-8642. 426-2000 
Klaiber. Jerry. 2704 Elnood Dr , Ashland 41101, 325-2316. 

836-3531 
Kloufetos. Louis. 2702 Pioneer Road, Louisville 40216. 

448-9627 
Knauer, Glen M. 112 S Sunset Circle. Hopkinsville 42240. 

886-5510. 886-6610 
Kress. Eddie. Rt. it 2, Box 59C, Ashland 41101. 928-5391. 

324-2144. Ext, 270 
Lamar, Huston O. Box 116, Cloverport 40111, 788-6045 
Lambert. Trvin. 6412 Fern Crest, Louisville 40291, 239-4996. 

636-5127 
Lambert, Karen. 3502 Grandview, Louisville 40207. 895-6052 
Lancaster, Glenn. 1506 Porter Drive, Henderson 42420, 

826-4364. 826-7600 

Latkovski. Andy. 1530 Quadrant Ave., Louisville 40205, 
451-5472. 582-4185 

Leneave. Robert E.. 205 E. 18th St., Benton 42025. 527- 
3661, 527-.3951 or 527-1421 

LeOuire, H. M. "Bucket", Woodland Hills. Harlan 40831. 

573-1857, 573-5151 
Lehkamp, Ken, 106 Ohio Avenue. 

441-1475, 635-2191 
Litmer. Ed. 2022 MacKov Street, Covington 41014, 261- 

3921, 292-4024 

Livers, Joseph L . Rt itl. National Cemetery Rd., Lebanon 

40033, 692-6224, 692-4225 
Lockard, Lando. 88 

356-7851 
Logan. Michael. 

354-7551 

Long. James E,, Box 73, Baskett 42402, 827-5000, 827-1867 
Long. Robert F.. 664 Lombardy Drive, Lexington 40505, 

299-7226, 253-2421 



Ft. Thomas 41075, 



Roselawn Drive, Independence 41051, 
Shultz Road. South Shore 41175. 932-3310, 



(Continued to Page Ten) 



Page Eight 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1977 



PRESTONSBURG — CLASS AA, REGION IV, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




^^^ .-■u^^tI^ \<r^''' •--?., ^— ^ 



(Leil lo Righl) Front Row: M. Rodebaugh, S. Wlighl, M. Chaffin, G. Holland, T. Slonc, J. Holland, D. Dannials, 
A. Hall, P. Ackerman, D. Leslie. Second Row: M. MarsilUll, R. Lavne, M. Click, S. Walker, G. Dixon, J. Davis, 
R. Moroan, T. Palrick. Third How: Ass'J Coach D. Walker, Assl Coach T. Howell, Ass't Coach G. Spradlin, W. Tibbi, 
G. Harris, G. Derossett, B. Osborjie, J. Burchett, M. Branham, K. Campbell, W. Goebel, K. Slone, Ass't Coach L. Whitt. 
Coach P. Haywood. Ass't Coach R. Robinson, 



LYNCH — CLASS A, REGION IV, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 

f> ft-, »• 



0i m f} ^ M' 




(Lett lo Riaht) Front Row: D. Vicini. Second Row: Mgi. J. Ba^dv, R. Cornett, D. Marion, K. Sizemore, G. Davis, 
P. Smith, S. Elliott, R. Wittenbarger, D. Rutland, Mgr. G. Davis, Mgr. V. Watts. Third Row: J. Williams, K. Austin, 
H. Creech, T. Watts, M. Spencer, W. Mackey, J. Watts, J. Standridge, J. Darnell. K. Carris, J. Wells, J. Slasher. 



CAMPBELLSVILLE — CLASS A, REGION I, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




■J^afeyt' i A W j g l .- 3P'BE^ti(^&^ ■Q^s^^s^iKilfff I nj^'Hsii^iij 



(Left lo Right) Fronl Row: T. Taylor. D. Huss, H. Dicken, J. Bright, B. Cox, B. Franklin, R. Atkinson, T. Harris, 
D. Cox, R. Stiles, P. Nichols, H, Chappell. Second Row: M. Evans, M. Close, G. Walls, W, Willoughby, G. White, 
J. McGuffey, R. Greer, T. Davis, J. Hoy, B. AUe;i, J. Williams, T. Warren. Third Row: J. Dunlap, Ivi. Bailey, G. 
McGuffey, G. England. B. Allen, M. Beard, S. Wicklifte. G. Webster, W. Hall. M. Ferguson, C. Dooley. F. Bright. 
Fourth Row: G. Cecil, H. Reif, H. Cook, K. Baugh, D. Morrison, J, While, J. Pendleton. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1977 



Page Nine 



BELLEVUE — CLASS A STATE RUNNER-UP 




(Left to Right) Front Row: K. Farrell, J. lemons, G. Gramer, T. Clark, J. Ahrens, R. Rechtin, M. Caudill, R. Rawe, 
D. Daudistel, G. Heble. R. Miller, S. Root. Second Row: D. Walz, B. Vonderhaar. M. Murray, K. Huitt, D. Durso, J. 
Henderson, L. Mendell, J. Vickers, K. Swope, D. Walz, M. McGaha. Third Row: J. Norman, K. Hart, K. Begley, T. 
Wilson, D. Ridder, J. Sprague, C. James, J. Ferguson, J. Combs, B. Whalen, R. Messer. Fourth Row: M. McGurn, 
S. Merman, B. Merman, P. Renchen, D. Tracey, J. Thorman, J. Caudill, S. Cruse, T. Well, J. Scott, T. S-enger. 




FRANKFORT — CLASS A, REGION II CHAMPION 

(Left tc Right) Front Row: R. Stauifer, B. Hubbard, J. Coffey, B. Graham, M. Fleming, C. Hagg, Mgr. J. Parker. 
Second Row: T. Edwards, G. Stevenson, W. Vest, R. Bowsky, R. Stivers, B. Lewis, J. Douglas, M. Bates. Third Row: 
K. Mason, D. Burris, T. Mitchell, K. Hocker, F. McGowan, P. Parker, B. Ward, M. Stivers. Fourth Row: J. Withers, 
C. Dempsey, R. Amburgey, J. Gabbard, B. Gibson, C. Wooluma, D. Johnson, T. Phillips. Fifth Row: P. Netherton, P. 
Yancey, T. Cartwright, D. Collins, T. Hocker, J. Townsend, S. Coffey. 





PAINTSVILLE — CLASS A, REGION IV CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Sheets, J. Simonton, B. J. Ward, C. Knight, D. Conley, M. Stafford. Second Row: 
Mgr. J. Miller, D. Pugh, M. Doderer. F. Osborne, M. Colvin, D. Jerrell, R. Doderer, J. Brown, R. Vanhoose, J. Clark. 
Mgr. D. Lemaster. Third Row: Mgr. D. Thomas, C. Frary, S. Pack, R. King, J. Kinner, D. Trimble, T. Spears, D. 
Young, R. Daniel, K. Gillespie. Fourth Row: M. Brown, R. Montgomery, D. Harris, J. Hopper, D. Lemaster, B. Meade, 
B. Mullins, K. Webb, M. Brugh. 



Page Ten 



Basketball Officials 

(Continued from Page Seven) 



Long, Scottie J.. 2425 N. Park Drive, Henderson 42420, 

826-5419 
Long, Steve. 614 Orchard Drive, Bowling Green 42101 
Leland. Lonnie L., 1857-A Chatsworth, Lexington 40505, 

299-5300 299-4317 
Lewis, Cecil Jr., Box 219 R.R. No. 1, Smilax 41764, 279- 

4444, 279-4706 
Lewis, Joseph C. 1245 Summitt. Lexington 40502, 266- 

7246, 748-2357 
Lile, Clyde F., 918 Elizabeth Drive, Hopkinsville 42240. 

886-5584, 886-4106 
Louden. Hubert, Box 75, Sulphur 40070, 753-5427 
Luttrell, Gurney C, Box 232, Harlan 40831, 573-1960 
Lykins, William. Cannel City 41408. 743-7536 
Lyons. David, Box 280, Hardinsburg 40143. 756-5177. 756- 

2164 
Lyons, Ronald G., 3000 Winterhaven Road, Louisville 40220, 

491-2391. 491-3335 

McAnallen. Kevin L.. 503 Commonwealth Hall. EKU Rich- 
mond 40475. (Eastern) 625-2065, (Pikeville) 432-3984 
McCarthy. Daniel, 5470-F Kelley Street. Ft. Knox 40121. 

624-2909, 624-6325/2048 
M.Cawley, Jack D., 8606 Vickie Lane, Louisville 40258 

933-2234 
McGavic. Ronald L.. 2500 Martin Ave., Louisville 40216. 

447-2170. 367-3490 
McCoy. Gary W., Wheelwrigh 41669 
McCray, Robert, 629 Dayton Street, Newport 41071, 291- 

4541, 581-4490 
McGinnis, Linda D., Box 44. Warfield 41267, 395-5239 
Mcintosh, Carl W., Brewers Trailor Park. Jackson 41339, 

666-2190, 378-2254 
McLain, Don, P.O. Box 126, Evarts 40828, 837-3672 
McNeill, Monica L., 3534 Kahlert Avenue. Louisville 40215. 

368-7711, 964-6428 
Maddox, Arthur, 3915 Alford Ave., Louisville 40212. 778- 

8112. 367-3011 
Malone, Alvin, Box 188, LaGrange 40031 
Marcum. H. Allen, 317 College St.. Barbourville 40906. 

546-4497 
Martin. Terry, 903 4th St., Corbin 40701, 528-3463 
Mason. Steven G.. Route 6, Mayfield 42066, 247-3033, 247- 

7088 
Matherly, David, 305 Virginia Ave., Springfield 40069, 

336-7521, 564-3811 
Mattingly. Lennie. 223 Grundy Ave., Springfitld 40069, 

336-7608, 336-7608 
Mauney. Bill W.. 120 Brookhaven Dr.. Somerset 42501. 

636-6421. 679-2977 
Maxey, Richard E., P. O. Box 87. W. Somerset 42501, 678- 

4888, 679-4401 
Maynard, Lonnie. Majestic 41547, 456-8278. 456-7952 
Maynard. Richard, Route 6, Box 563 W. Pikeville 41501, 

437-7590. 432-3380 
Meadows. Marvin, Clayhoke 41317. 666-5928. 436-4932 
Melton, Bob. 1406 Young St.. Henderson 42420. 826-1136. 

827-1515 
Menser. Scott, 317 Keigan St.. Dawson Springs 42408, 797- 

8254 
Menser, Michael, 360 Race St., Madisonville 42431, 821- 

2177. 821-9660 
Meredith. David, 2403 Proctor Ct., Louisville 40218, 459- 

1379, 459-1379 
Meredith, Denny E.. Jr.. 4010 Blanton Lane. Louisville 

447-3917. 363-5117 
Messmer. Robert M.. 201 Geni Lane, Apt. 1, Richmond 

40475, 624-2325, 623-0600 
Miles. Ralph A., 5567 A. Hiers St., Ft. Knox 40121. 624- 

1678. 624-4849 
Miller. A. Fred. 600 Elm St.. Owensboro 42301. 926-2689 
Miller. Tim. Elkatawa 41322. 666-2214. 666-2434 
MiUer. William A.. Route 3. Box 99M, Murray 42071, 436- 

5555 
Mingus, Kenneth E.. 1507 Okawba Avenue, Apt. 4, Louis- 
ville 40215. 368-1809. 368-4887 
Miniard. Lonnie W., 4400 Kranet Way. Louisville 40218. 

452-6657. 892-3611 
Montell. Brad. Route 1, Woodburn 42170. 529-5772 
Morris. Carroll D.. Pendleton 40055, 255-3657, 255-3657 
Morris, Jeff, 57 N. Nicholas St., Burlington 41005, 586- 

6674, 292-5375 
Morris. Rick. Box 454, Pikeville College, Pikeville 41501, 

432-3161 
Mudd, Dennise, 1109 Elm St., West Point 40177. 922-4447. 

422-4931 
Mullins. Michael. C-4 Box 530V. Pikeville 41501. 437-4515 
Murrell, Allen L., 404 Woodhurst Dr., Bowling Green 

42101, 843-1290 
Murrall. B. I.. 162 A Dehnont Ct.. Lexington 40504. 259- 

1894. 233-0500 

Nance. David. 1716 A. Shawnee Dr.. Ower\sboro 42301. 
926-9918. 684-3343 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1977 

Napier. Wallace, Jr.. Box 371, Evarts 40828, 837-3625. 837- 

2502 
Nelson. Clarence, 2911 Asbury Place. Owensboro 42301. 

683-0816. 295-3451 
Newton. Joseph. 117 Hurstborn Ave.. Bardstown 40004, 

345-5748 
Northcutt. Jasper Lynn, R. R. No. 1. Mt. Olivet 41064, 

724-5920, 234-3265 
Norton, Joseph M.. 559 North Broadway. Lexington 40508. 

233-0279 253-1314 
Norwood. Thomas R.. 811 Henry St.. Franklin 42134. 586- 

3614. 586-3541 
O'Bryan, Mary Jane. 5705 Whispering Hills Blvd., Louis- 
ville 40219, 964-4686, 267-0536 
O'CuU. John Darrell, Route 1, Tollesboro 41189, 798-3906, 

783-3119 
dinger, Anthony G., 1129 Armstrong Mill Rd., Lexington 

40502, 272-7129, 269-3326 
O'Nan. Harold L.. 2474 Green River Road. Henderson 

42420. 826-4959. 424-7741 
O'Nan, Phillip. Route 2. Box 493 A. Henderson 42420, 827- 

4553, 826-8367 
Overton, Frank, Jr., Box 35, Four Mile 40939. 337-2026. 

337-2435 



Paitsel, James D.. Jr.. 116 1/2 Cedar St.. Fulton 42041. 

472-3874. 472-3271 
Parker. Lowell D., P.O. Box 277, Wheelwright 41669. 952- 

4291. 886-9264 
Park, J. Thomas, 1025 E. Main St., Morehead 40351, 784- 

5947 
Parrish, Jim, Route 3, Jett, Frankfort 40601, 695-2018, 

223-0565 
Parrott, Sharon, Box 542, PineviUe 40977, 337-6327, 337-3320 
Partin, Thomas, Box 39, McKee 40447, 287-8268 
Pearl. George W., Jr., 3112 Vogue Ave., Louisville 40220, 

452-1288, 582-5521 
Peeples. Davis, 717 E. Et., Line, Fulton 42041, 479-2584. 

236-3134 
Perkins, Jackie, P.O. Box 186. Hindman 41822. 785-5370 
Perrine. Kenneth. Ill Highway Ave.. Ludlow 41016. 431- 

2058. 371-1550 
Perry. Deborah. Box 75. Whitlev Citv 42653. 376-2477 
Perry. Herman G.. Route 1. Bagdad 40003. 747-8882. 695-2100 
Peters. Fred E.. 542 Parkside. Lexington 40505, 233-8338, 

232-3772 
Peterson, Bill S., 203 Rosewood, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

9696 348-9224 
Peyton, 'William C, P.O. Box 34, Harned 41044. 756-2040 
Peyton. William R.. Route 1, Sulphur 40070. 743-5449 
Phillips. Samuel M.. Route 1, Box 289-A. Cynthiana 41031, 

234-3007 
Pigman, Robert Hays, Box 391, Hindman 41822, 785-5541 
Pogue. Ivan Gordon, Route 4, Bowling Green 42101, 842- 

1156, 542-4139 
Porter, Gary J., 151 Todds Road No. 214, Lexington 40509. 

266-7269 
Potter, John W., Garrett 41630, 358-4357 
Prater, Jack D., P.O. Box 262, Vanceburg 41179. 796-3058. 

564-2011 
Price. John C.. 107 Lakepoint Dr.. Flemingsburg 41041. 

845-3261 
Pyle. James F.. Box 293, Maysville 41056. 883-3442. 549-3059 
Rains. Everett Paul. Route 1 Box 432. Williamsburg 40769. 

549-0240. 549-0100 
Ramsey, Mike. Route 2. Box 387. Leitchfield 42754. 259- 

3465 259-3355 
Randall.' V. W.. Jr.. 212 W. 13th. Bowling Green 42101. 

842-5061. 842-7507 
Rappold, Allen D.. 3507 Haywood. Erlanger 41018. 331- 

9195. 771-4200 
Rash. Lindell L.. P.O. Box 278, Mortons Gap 42440. 258- 

5136, 258-5724 

Ray. Ricky. Route 3. Lancaster 40444. 792-3430 

Reed. Andrew. J.. Elsie 41422. 349-2899 

Reliford. Paul G.. 805 Chippewa. Ashland 41101, 325-7457. 

324-9226 
Rice. W. S.. 521 N. Mantle. Elizabethtown 42701. 765-7509. 

765-7508 
Riley. Jeff. Box 95. Wheelwright 41669 
Ring. Bill. 481 Rookwood Parkway. Lexington 40505, 299- 

7089, 255-8492 
Ritchie, Paul Dennis. CPO 1701. Berea College. Berea 

40404. 986-9341 
Ritchie. WilUam H.. 6805 Juniper Court. Fern Creek 40291, 

239-2572. 636-2851 
Roberts. Felix L.. 510 Bellewood. Anchorage 40223, 245- 

5322, 245-9954 
Roberts. Teri, 2093 Patti Lane, Louisville 40299. 491-6403. 

491-2684 
Robinson. Donald L.. Route 1, Executive Park, Berea 

40403, 986-3432 
Robinson, Tony L.. 101 E. Green St., Princeton 42445, 

365-2105, 797-3771 
Roof, David, Route 10, Box 69, Paducah 42001, 554-3111 
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Ross. Billv T.. 4687 Wanda Court. Ashland 41101, 325-7209, 

325-4706 
Rowe, Robert A., Jr., 67 Bellefonte Rd., Raceland 41169. 

836-3441 
Rush. Mark, Burkesville 42717, 864-3451, 864-3451 
Sabourin. Tommy. Anderson Hall. Georgetown College. 

Georgetown 40321. 863-7213 
Sams. Glenn. Auburn 42206. 542-6139. 782-1000 
Sanders. John David. Route 5, Hereford Lake. Madison, 

Indiana, 866-4625, 752-3413 
Sargent. Dannv Bruce. Route 3. Box 229-B, Berea 40403, 

986-8628, 986-3841 
Schosser. Robert H.. 1324 Lan.aster Place, Louisville 40222, 

426-5643, 589-4321 
Scott, Emmanual. 1614 Potter Place, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45207. 281-6928. 321-3916 
Scott. Sidney H.. 510 Short Cut Road, Albany 42603 
Scott. Willie L.. 217 Showalter Drive. Georgetown 40324, 

863-3752. 863-3221 
Selvv. Curt. 103 Steele. Corbin 40701. 528-4677 
Shanks. Stephen. 4337 Grandview Dr., Ashland 41101, 324- 

1712 329-3333 
Shemwell, Paul. Baird Oil Co.. Route 2. Hwy. 27, Stan- 
ford 40484. 365-2867 
Shouse. Robert. P.O. Box 71, Jackson 41339, 666-5152, 666- 

5877 
Shreve. Tim. 6919 Blackhorse Drive. Louisville 40291. 

239-1946. 452-5071 
Simmons. Theo. B.. P.O. Box 188. LaGrange 40031. 222-9441 
Simms. William Eric. Star Route. Shepherdsville 40165. 

543-2424. 543-2425 
Simpson. Deanna L.. P.O. Box 424. South Shore 41175, 

932-3613. 354-3261 
Simnson. James H.. Box 424, South Shore 41175, 932-3613. 

932-3131 
Sims. Jane. 2013 Goldsmith Apt. 20. Louisville 40218. 459- 

6559. 454-7626 
Sirls. Brenda, Route 5. Benton 42025. 354-6900 
Skees. James Allen. 1327 College Apt. 15. Bowling Green 

42101. 781-0156 
Slover. Trov. Jr.. Star Route Box 40. Bulan 41722. 439-1502 
Smith Arthur Lvnn. 2217 W. Ormsby. Louisville 40210. 

778-1185. 772-9518 
Smith. Bruce E . 174 Shive Lane Estates. Bowling Green 

42101. 781-5078. 842-6541 
Smith. Don T.. Route 8. Glasgow 42141. 646-2896. 678-2147 
Smith. Ear! P.. 207 Dupree. Richmond 40475. 625-5121. 

623-8753 
Smith. Gary Lee, 210 May St.. Harlan 40831. 573-6675, 

573-2351 
Snider. Paul. 5304 Anatahan Court. Louisville 40272. 935- 

3512 
Spurlock. Ellis G.. Box 511. Martin 41649. 285-3474 
Doyle. M. Stacy. Jr.. 618 Kirsch Way. Fairdale 40118. 368- 

4549 
Starnes. Phillin. 512 Greenlawn Dr., Ft. Mitchell 41017, 

.■?41-8855. 241-5487 
Stephens. Charles M.. 2381 U.P.O. M.S.U.. Morehead 4n3.=>] 
Stephens. Darrell. Route 1. Box 119A. Pine Knot 42635. 

354-2854. 354-2000 
Stephens. Joe. 403 W. 6th Street. Jeffersonville, Ind.47130. 

282-3335. 367-3365 
Stewart. Marvin. Box 76. Mt. Olivet 41064. 724-5966 
Stewart. Steve. Route 2. Cecilia 42724. 862-4344. 765-2022 
Stewart. William J.. Box 187. Munfordville 42765. 524-4031 

789-9946 
Stinson. Charles L.. 105 Bedford Court. Horse Cave 42749. 

786-2663. 786-2388 
Stoess. Henrv L.. 1934 Ivanhoe Court. Louisville 40205. 

456-2110. 589-4214 
Stovall. Gary. M.S.U.. Box 7528. Murrav 42071. 767-2929 
Strunk. Lee Ann. Route 1. Box 22. Keith 40R4R. 573-1M7 
Stuedel. Ray. 1040 Girard Dr., Louisville 40222. 425-3679. 

893-3852 
Sulfridee. Larry K.. CPO 1898 Berea College. Berea 40404. 

986-8341 
Surgener. James. Box 355. Union College. Barbourville 

40906. 546-4151 
Sutton. James A.. 2111 Sutton Drive. Henderson 42420. 

827-3186. 826-4342 
Swafford. Billy D.. P.O. Box 331. Barbourville 40906. 

546-6041 

Tandv. Louis. 204 Esperanza. Frankfort 40601. 695-5341. 

564-6970 
Tandv. Samuel. 3307 Bobwhite Ave.. Owensboro 42301. 

685-3833. 684-0448 
Tarrv. W. R. "Bud". Route 5. Glasgow 42141. 678-2539. 

427-2611 
Tavlor. Barry Louis. UPO 987. Morehead State Un.. 

Morehead 40351. 784-8006 

Taylor. Dale. Box 780. Somerset 42501, 379-2772. 678-8111 
Taylor. Edward C. Box 373. Martin 41649. 886-6462. 285-3777 
Taylor. Randv. 119 Circle Drive. Flemingsburg 41041. 849- 

4236. 845-9471 
Terry. Wendell. CPO 1985. Berea 40404. 986-4417 
Tliomas. Durward C . Route 3. Duncan Lane. Central City 

42330. 754-5766. 338-2796 



Thomas, John, 206 E. Main. Springfield 40069. 692-4018. 

336-7367 
Thompson. Gerald D.. 4200 Cottage Hill Road. Louisville 

40299, 491-0198, 587-2201 
Thompson. Jerry, 1401 Sleepy Hollow Road, Ft. Wright 

41011 
Thornton, Nancy, Route 1, Georgetown 40324, 863-3490 
Tipton. Larry J.. 253 Eastridge Dr., Paris 40361, 987-4724, 

987-1393 
Triplett. Michael D., Box 194, Warfield 41267, 395-5734 
Troxall. Keith. 615 1/2 East Main St., Glasgow 42141, 651- 

.3770, 651-5011 
Tucker. Emma Jean. 2070 Garden Spring Dr.. Lexington 

40504. 276-1176. 236-5528 
Tucker. Joseph, 23 Aquella Dr., Florence 41042, 371-8482, 

242-4343 
Turner. Paul, 813 Park St.. Bowling Green 42101. 842-2804 
Turner. Sue. Route 2. Box 188, Butler 41006. 635-9006 
Tyre. Don. 316 Senate Dr.. Frankfort 40601, 223-3668, 254- 

6612 

Upchurch. David T.. Route 1. Box 654, Monticello 42633, 
348-9492 

Vance. Michael D.. Box 176. McCloud Ave., Worthington 

41183, 836-4607, 836-9525 
Vanover. Larry W.. 820 Malabu Dr.. Apt. 308, Lexington 

40502. 277-0786 
Vincent. Barry L., Route 1, Mayfield 42066, 247-3198. 247- 

5211 

Walker. Joe D.. 508 East Cedar St.. Franklin 42134. 586- 

8457. 586-3331 
Walker. Michael, 3410 Candx Drive, Hopkinsville 42240. 

885-3416 
Walls. Georee E.. Route 3. Albany 42602. 387-5535, 387-9918 
Ward. Larry. Route 3. Cave City 42127. 773-2752 
Ward. Randall. Meally 41234. 789-8565. 789-5050 ? 

Warford, .Tohn W. T.. 766 Janet. Versailles 40383. 873-8950. 

232-2582 
Weaver. Marilyn Ann. 1503 Oleanda Ave.. Apt. 4. Louis- 
ville 40215. 361-3340. 585-4131 
Wedding. Tommy. Route 4. Morganfield 42437. 389-.3806 
Welch. Eddie Lee. P.O. Box 93. Carrollton 41008. 7.32-4346 
Wells. Houston. 15 Ashmore Dr.. Frankfort 40601. 227- 

7435, 227-7822 
Wells. Lewis. Route 9. Autumn Way, Bowling Green 

42101. 842-5983. 842-0186 
Welscher. G. Michale. 5316 Armsmere Way. Louisville 
^ " nf^d-nciii fi:^4-g8ii 

Wheeler. Donald. 402 McGuire St., Ferguson 42533, 679- 

2903. 679-4131 
Wheeler. Lou S.. 2901 Noe ourt No. 4. Louisville 40220, 

458-7883 
Whitaker. Judv L.. Route 3. Box 18F, Somerset 42501, 

fi7P-2926. 679-7441 
Wibbels. Jerrv. 1900- Bashford Manor Lane, Louisville 

40218. 459-4541. 459-5900 
Williams. Bobby G . Sonora 42776. 369-2272. 862-3003 
Williams. Brian. 312 Newsom Avenue. Cynthiana 41031. 

234-6315 
Wini.-nr: Faffonn 613 S. Adams St.. Henderson 42420, 

827-9720. 521-7815 
Williams. Roland. 204 East O'Bryan C-2. Bardstown 40004. 

348-5433. 348-5913 
Williams. Willie H.. 374 E. 3rd Street. Lexington 40508. 

299-2582. 252-9040 
Willis Darrell K . 502 Hickory Hill. Nicholasville 40356. 

885-5662. 885-4411 
Wilson. Bruce. 118 Carroll St.. Somerset 42501. 679-3478, 

679-2831 
Wilson. Mi.hael R.. Walker Ave.. Raceland 41169. 836-6823 
Wnodrins". Larry S.. Route 4. Box 152. Morganfield 42437, 

389-3789 
Woods. Kenneth. Gen. Del.. Four Mile 40939. 337-6077 
Wni*on. Jarnps D . Box 583. Hvden 41749. 672-2132. 672-2456 
Wright. A- D.. Route 4. Box 381. Paducah 42001. 898-3505. 

443-7331 
Wright. Raleigh. Broad Bottom 41516. 432-3507 
Wv.ntt. Henry. 315 Springhill Drive. Paris 40361. 987-6420. 

987-6779 
Wyatt. Tony. Route 1. Brooksville 41004. 747-5457 

Yann. Gerald R.. 7710 Whitfield Dr.. Louisville 40218. 491- 

2443. 775-6441 
Yeast. Rov L.. Gen. Del., Mitchellsburg 40452. 332-7341. 

236-7200 
Yeoman. Georee T. 5407 Azalea Lane. Louisville 40258. 

935-9370. 367-3011 
Yewell. Morgan R,. 475 Flamingo Ave., Frankfort 40601, 

695-3064, 258-5930 
Younf, Charles W.. 213 N. Maple No. 8. Wilmore 40390. 

a5R-428.'> 
Youn:?. Darrell. 2911 Boy Scout Rd.. Ashland 41101. 324- 

5250. 325-8491 
Yount. Willie Mack. Box 134. Evarts 40828. 837-3306 
Zimmerman. Ronnie. 101 Maplewood Dr.. Somerset 42501, 

679-3338. 679-1137 

Zimmrrm.-in, Snllv Ann. Route 2. Box 283. Middlesboro 
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(Left lo right) Front row: R. Larson, F. Togia, R. Gibbs, E. Walker, J. Moorhead, R. Offutl, 
S. Heliums. Second Row: B. Dunnavant, J. Curry, R. Block, T. Spinelli. F. Whiltington, M. Moats, 
A. Offutt. Third Row: D. Loope, A. Coston, J. Cotlrell, J. Griffin, B. ToUey, L. Simpson, C. 
Perry. Fourth Row: B. Batchelor, C. Camp, K. Odister, J. Kruwell, D. Moss, F. Balkus, B. 
Baughman. Fifth Row: 1. Stevenson, M. Balkus, N. Miller, C. Osborn, A. Ashworth, G. Leenhouts, 
G. Hood. Sixth Row: P. Breeden, T. Hood, K. Causer, E. Murray, A. Walker, C. Hadaway, S. 
Conner. Seventh Row: R. Bell, R. Cobb, H. Milles, M. Patterson. 



Fort Campbell 37 — Warren Central 8 
Fort Campbell 6 — Mayfield 22 
Fort Campbell 48 ~ Castle Heights 14 
Fort Campbell 26 — Fulton County 
Fort Campbell 18 — Russellville 



Fort Campbell 30 — Fulton 10 
Fort Campbell 14 — Todd County 6 
Fori Campbell 26 — Heath 6 
Fort Campbell 28 — Fort Knox 6 
Fort Campbell 53 — Clarksville 6 



PLAYOFFS 
Fort Campbell 28 — Campbellsville 7 
Fort Campbell 38 — Frankfort 9 
Fort Campbell 22 — Bellevue 



Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 

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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



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TRINITY HIGH SCHCX)L CLASS AAAA CHAMPION 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: K. Riley, T. Wychulis. K. Chandler. M. Feeley. B. Earth, E. Heckman. P. Martin, M. 
Steltenpohl, E. Clemmons, J. Moore, D. Humphrey; 2nd Row: D. Conaway, M. Schneidmiller, D. O'Connell. S. Cochrane, 
M. Biller, D. Fischer, J. Polio, B. Whatley, J. Murray, M. McCarty, K. Ballard; 3rd Row: K. Carpenler, T. Eicher, M. 
Wallace. S. Fawbush, D. Heggs, K. Haysley, J. Plomin, K. Hayden. J. Quillen, R. Roney. J. Tilton; 4th Row: Coach 
Tom Domhoff, D. Block, P. Bonifer, D. Bowling, C. Kalbin. J. Mattingly, N. Uhl, M. Schuler. G. Scales, R. Quesen- 
berry, J. Barito, M. Rivard, Coach Dave Moore; 5th Row: D. Metzmeier, J. Detenber, J. Fra.nce, J. HoUenbach, R. 
McCravy, R. Hughes, J. Campbell, G. McGuire, D. Welsch, J. Irwin. S. Joesl. T. Zimlich; 6th Row: Coach Don Hennessey, 
G. Miller, S. Wilbert. S. Weinig, J. Merkley, J. Maloney. D. AUgeier. S. Paasch, M. Brotzge, C. Monrc«, M. Wise, C. 
Brady, B. Clark: 7th Row: T. Polio, T. Schoen, C. Brosky. J. Luxenburqer. E. Wampler. R. Paniello, C. Turney, M. Bar- 
ton, D. Hert, B. Kessinqer, D. Dejarnatt, M. Klinger, J. Meyer, Coach D. Moore; 8th Row: M. Davidson, C. Ridge, D. 
Tischendorf, M. O'Banhon. P. Fields. J. Schweitzer, D. May. A. DeMuth. C. Tucker. E. Kundler, Coach J. Fowler; 9th 
Row: Coach D. Lampley, G. Thompson, T. Schoen, F. Burch, B. Chandler, M. Day, G. Metry. J. Hinlon, T. Hornung, 
G. Smith, S. Torstrick, J. Watson, Coach R. Gruneisen. 

HENDERSON COUNTY — STATE CLASS AAAA RUNNER-UP 




(Left to Right) Front Row: K. Morgan. T. Gray. T. Hagan. A. Hazelwood. C. Fisher, E. Gastenveld. R. Hazelwood, 
R. Arnold, K. Ken.nedy, J. Willett. M. Higgins, J. Marshall. T. Peckenpaugh. Second Row: J. Marshall, J. Gregory, 
W. Bushrod, M. Shields, V. Jackson, J. Solomon, C. Jackson. G. Terry, J. Combest, T. Hollowell. C. Duncan. J .Hall, 
S. Thomas, R. Staples. Third Row: S. Rideout, E. Heard, C. Hagan, W. Hyde, R. Trent. M. Lawless. I. Day, M. 
Workins, J. Edwards, L. Hay, J. Roberts, M. Fulton, G. Swanberg. M. Duckworth. Fourth Row: T. Brawder, J. 
Bowling, T. Sugg, D. Alderson, R. Thompson. M. Snowden. D. Marsh. L. Croxton. R. Lawrence. R. Walston. Fifth 
Row: B. O'Daniel, D. O'Nan. G. Blemker. D. Dixon. B. Skaggs. G. Blemker. A. Swanberg, D. Eblen, D. Peden, W. 
Chambers, M. West. 

LAFAYETTE— STATE CLASS AAAA, REGION III, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: G. Fogel. T. Justice. D. Delaney. S. Williams, B. Bridges, D. Porter, J. Coffey, M. 
Penna. C. Fields, B. Simpson, S. Lefler, P. Jackson. Second Row: G. Chenaull. G. Roberts, R. Madison, G. Current, 
D. McDaniels, D. Barker, J. Baumgardner, M. Hortn, J. Jackmon, C. Ball, K. Franklin. Third Row: R. Collins, 
M. Hamilton, S. Childers. T. Prewitt, B. Prewitt, B. Latimer, J. Isaacs. B. Smith, M. Bartholomew, J. Hendren, 
B. Starr, D. Thorndale. Fourth Row: T. Shannon. C. Smith, J. Connell. J. Conner, R. True, G. Hodge, E. Otis, E. 
Morse, D. O'Neil, D. Vest, T. White, C. True. Fifth Row: Mgr. M. Dodson, T. LeQer. G. McMillen. M. Hardin, 
F. Moore, C. He;nley. M. Schneider, K. Prewitt, M. Henderson, C. Cloud, G. Burrows. Sixth Row: Trainer D. 
McBealh, Trainer W. Solomon. R. Fuller, R. Peddicord, J. Hodge, L. Potter, P. Margaritis, A. Steel, M. Farmer, M 
gr. M. Coyle. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIX— NO. 7 



FEBRUARY, 1977 



$1.00 Per Year 



Newly Elected Board Member 




C. W. JONES 

Principal C. W. Jones, Farmington High 
School, has been elected to the Board of Control 
to fill out the unexpired term of Cecil Reid. Mr. 
Jones graduated from Murray Training School and 
did his college work at Murray State University, 
obtaining a B.S. Degree in 1952 and an M.A. in 
1958. He served in the Army Air Corp during 
World War II. 

Mr. Jones taught vocational agriculture at 
Lynn Grove High School for three and one-half 
years and Farmington High School for two years 
before being named principal of Wingo High 
School where he served for four years. For the 
past fifteen years Mr. Jones has served as princi- 
pal of Farmington High School. 

Mr. Jones and his wife Dortha live in Murray, 
Kentucky. They have four children. 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Stouffer's Inn, 
Louisville, on Friday, January 21, 1977. The meet- 
ing was called to order by Vice-President Ray 
Story at 9:00 A.M. with all Board members, except 
President George Sauer; Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Assistant Commissioners Louis Stout and Billy V. 
Wise present. Conley Manning was present rep- 
resenting the State Department of Education. The 
invocation was given by Jack Burkich. 

Prin. C. W. Jones, Farmington High School, 
was present as a new Board member. Mr. Jones 
will complete the unexpired term of Mr. Cecil 
Reid who resigned recently to accept the position 
of Assistant Superintendent in the Graves County 
School System. 

Norman Passmore moved, seconded by Denval 
Barriger, that the minutes of tiie December 18, 
1976, meeting of the Board be approved. The 
motion was carried unanimously. 



Prin. Harry Loy and Coach Clyde McCon- 
naughay of Carroll County High School came be- 
fore the Board to report on their football schedul- 
ing problem with district teams. Mr. Loy ex- 
plained that he has contacted every school within 
his district but has not been able to schedule the 
required numbes of games to qualify for the cham- 
pionship. Mr. Loy stated that he had open dates 
on August 26, September 2 and September 16. 
Commissioner Mills assured PrirL Loy that the 
K.H.S.A.A. wUl assist him with the problem of 
completing his schedule. 

Commissioner Mills reported that the Football 
Committee which met on January 20, 1977, had 
the following recommendation concerning the fee 
for football officials for the 1977 season: "The fee 
for football referees shall be $32.50 with the re- 
m£iining members of the crew to receive $27.50. 
Each crew shall receive a car allowance of 10c 
per mile for all mileage over 50 miles. The assign- 
ing secretaries may use their discretion where it 
is necessary for more than one car to transport 
the officials to the game. The schools shall never 
pay more than three cars for travel expense. 
Where all crew members live in the same geo- 
graphic location there will only be mileage paid 
for one car." Norman Passmore moved tjiat the 
recommendation of the Football Committee be 
adopted. Paul Trimble seconded the motion and 
it passed by a vote of 6-3. 

Assistant Commissioner Wise presented to the 
Board the proposal for breaking ties in the foot- 
ball districts. The proposal wiU read as follows: 
"If a tie results after a teams highest points for 
any four scheduled games have been counted, an 
additional game wiU be counted until the tie is 
broken. Games played between teams who are in 
a tie for the championship shall not be counted 
when the tie breaking method is applied." Paul 
Trimble moved and seconded by Denvsd Barriger 
to accept the proposal for breaking ties for dis- 
trict championship. All members voted Aye. 

Denval Barriger made a motion, seconded by 
Norman Passmore, that the Commissioner and his 
staff study bx\. alternate plan for the football play- 
off system. The motion carried unanimously. 

Eldon Davidson made a motion, seconded by 
Joseph McPherson to amend the minutes of the 
December 18, 1976, meeting pertaining to the as- 
signment of district tournam.ent officials to read 
"may be assigned" instead of "to be assigned" 
outside of the district and within the region. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented the eligibility 
case of Mark Bentley, Fleming Neon High School, 
who was ineligible under the provisions of By- 
Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule. After heeiring the 
facts in the case, Paul Trimble moved, seconded 
by Glendon Ravenscraft, that By-Law 6. Section 
1, be waived in this case. All members voted aye. 

Contunissioner Mills read a letter from Mr. 
John "Scoop" Brown, appealing the decision of 
the Commissioner to suspend him as an official 
for one year for his failure to report for an as- 
signed basketball game. Mr. Brown requested that 
the Board reinstate him for the remainder of the 

(Continued on Page Two) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1977 



FEBRUARY, 1977 



VOL. XXXIX— No. 7 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

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Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

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Jack Burkich (1976-1980), Whitesburg; Eldon E. Davidson 
(1973-1977), Monticello; C. W. Jones (1977), Farmingto.n; 
Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), Louisville; Norman Pass- 
more (1976-1980), Lexington; Glendon Ravenscraft (1976- 
1979), Alexandria; Paul Trimble (1976-1980), PaintsviUe. 
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Kentucky Girl's Sports 
Association Information 

Please inform your girl's sports coaches of the 
following announcement and encourage them to 
to attend. 

The Kentucky Girl's Sports Association will 
be holding its third annual meeting Saturday, 
March 26. 1977, at 1:30 P.M. in the Powell Build- 
ing, at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond. 

The membership is open to any individual in 
and dedicated to the promotion of high school 
girl's sports in Kentucky. The dues are $3.00 per 
person. 

There will be a hospitality room provided for 
KGSA members at the Girl's Basketball Tourna- 
ment. 

Plans are now being made for clinics to be 
held in conjunction with the all-star game this 
summer. Should you have any suggestions or 
questions, please send them to KGSA, P. O. Box 
230, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 40353. 



State- Wide Coaches and Athletic 

Directors Convention 

April 29, 30 and May 1, 1977 

ATTENTION: ATHLETIC DIRECTORS — 
WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!!! 

Please see that this information reaches all 
your coaches!!!!!! 

Plan to attend our inaugural Coaches and Ath- 
letic Directors Convention for the State of Ken- 
tucky this coming April 29, 30, and May 1, 1977. 
This convention will be held at the American 
Host Hotel which is located just across the river 
from Louisville. Rooms are nice and prices are 
reasonable. Food is excellent. We have been 
granted full rights to all facilities connected with 
both the American Host and the Mariott Inn. 
The Mariott is located a very short distance from 
the American Host. Plan to bring your family for 
a week-end of fun, mixed with a fine convention. 

All convention sessions will be held at the 
American Host Hotel. Exhibitors will be set up 
at the American Host. Our convention will begin 
on Friday, April 29 at 7:30 p.m. 

There will be pre-registration and on-site 
registration. Pre-registration will be $10.00. If you 



plan to pre-register send your check to Mr. George 
Kok, Pleasure Ridge Park High School, 4901 
Greenwood Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40258. All 
pre-registration must be done by April 22, 1977. 

The on-site registration will be $15.00. The 
on-site registration wiU begin at 4:00 P.M., Fri- 
day, April 29. 

The response to a letter sent out of my office 
earlier this year to all Athletic Directors showed 
many people interested, so if you plan to attend 
please inform your Coaches £ind send your pre- 
registrations to Mr. Kok. 

You are invited to bring your families. Extra 
fee will be for meals only. 

REMEMBER 

WHAT? First Annual Coaches and Athletic 

Directors Convention 
WHERE? American Host Hotel — Just across 

the river from Louisville 
WHY? To help solve problems which we all 

have in common 
WHEN? Friday, April 29 4:00 P.M. 

Saturday, April 30 AU Day 

Sunday, May 1 Until Noon 

PRE-REGISTRATION — $10.00 

Please send by April 22, 1977 
Send check to: 
Mr. George Kok, Athletic Director 
Pleasure Ridge Park High School 
5901 Greenwood Road 
Louisville, Kentucky 40258 



BOARD MINUTES 

(Continued from Page One) 

1976-77 basketball season. Eldon Davidson moved, 
seconded by Paul Trimble, that the request be 
denied. The motion passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then called upon Board 
member Joe McPherson to present the eligibility 
case of Bruce Little, a student enrolled in Central 
High School but ineligible under the provisions 
of By-Law 5, Section 4, Preceding Quarter. Fol- 
lowing the presentation, Paul "IVimble moved, 
seconded by Norman Passmore, that the Com- 
missioner investigate the situation further and 
then rule on the case based upon the information 
gained as a result of this investigation. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

President Pat Dooley, spoke to the members 
of the Board on the organization and structure of 
K.A.P.O.S. She gave a very informative talk and 
answered many questions concerning the organi- 
zation. She expressed the Association's desire to 
work closely with the member schools and then 
requested the supjwrt of school administrators in 
their efforts to represent the schools. 

Mr. Mills presented the bid received from 
WKYT-TV, Lexington, Kentucky, for the tele- 
vision rights to the final game of the 1977 Boys' 
State Basketball Tournament in the amount of 
$3,500.00. Norman Passmore moved that the bid 
be accepted. Eldon Davidson seconded the motion 
and all members voted aye. 

Glendon Ravenscraft moved, seconded by Den- 
val Barriger, that all bnis of the Association for 
the month of December be allowed. The motion 
was carried unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board was scheduled 
for Friday. March 18, 1977, at 9:00 A.M. at Stouf- 
fer's Inn, Louisville. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1977 



Page Three 



1977 District Tournament Sites 



Girls 

1. Hickman County 33. 

2. Paducah Tilghman 34. 

3. Mayfield 35. 

4. Murray State Un. 36. 

5. Crittenden County 37. 

6. Webster County 38. 

7. Madisonville- 39. 
No. Hopkins 40. 



8. Hopkinsville 

9. Owensboro 



41. 
42 



10. Muhlenberg Central 43. 

11. Frederick Fraize 44. 

12. Butler County 45. 

13. Russellville 46. 

14. Warren Central 47. 

15. Allen County 48. 

16. TompkinsviUe 49. 

17. North Hardin 50. 

18. Green County 51. 

19. Nelson County 52. 

20. Adair County 53. 

21. Shawnee 54. 

22. Pleasure Ridge Park 55. 

23. VaUey 56. 

24. Iroquois 57. 

25. Louisville Male 58. 

26. Seneca 59. 

27. Durrett 60. 

28. Eastern 61. 

29. Bullitt Central 62. 

30. Henry County 63. 

31. Carroll County 64. 

32. Grant County 



Boys 

1. Hickman County 33. 

2. Paducah Tilghman 34. 

3. Mayfield 35. 

4. Murray State Un. 36. 

5. Crittenden County 37. 

6. Webster County 38. 

7. Madisonville- 39. 



Lloyd Memorial 
Holy Cross 
Newport Catholic 
Campbell County 
Bourbon County 
Augusta 
Mason County 
Bath County 
Frankfort 
Jessamine County 
Tates Creek 
Model Laboratory 
Danville 
Lincoln County 
McCreary County 
Pulaski County 
Clay County 
Lynn Camp 
Middlesboro 
Cawood 
Fleming-Neon 
Hazard 
Jackson 
Lee County 
Johnson Central 
McDowell 
Pikeville 
Johns Creek 
Univ. Breckinridge 
EUiott County 
Russell 
Boyd County 



No. Hopkins 40. 

8. Christian County 41. 

9. Owensboro 42. 

10. Muhlenberg Central 43. 

11. Breckinridge County 44. 

12. Ohio County 45. 

13. Russellville 46. 

14. Western Ky. Un. 47. 

15. Allen County 48. 

16. TompkinsviUe 49. 

17. North Hardin 50. 

18. Green County 51. 

19. Nelson County 52. 

20. Adair County 53. 

21. Portland Christian 54. 

22. Pleasure Ridge Park 55. 

23. Valley 56. 

24. Iroquois 57. 

25. duPont Manual 58. 

26. Seneca 59. 

27. Durrett 60. 

28. Waggener 61. 

29. BuUitt Central 62. 

30. Henry County 63. 

31. Carroll County 64. 

32. Grant County 



St. Henry 
Holmes 

Newport Catholic 
Campbell County 
Harrison County 
Deming 
Mason County 
Bath County 
Frankfort 
Jessamine County 
Tates Creek 
Model Laboratory 
Danville 
Lincoln County 
Wayne County 
Pulaski County 
Clay County 
Lynn Camp 
Middlesboro 
Cawood 
Jenkins 
Hazard 
Jackson 
Lee County 
Johnson Central 
McDowell 
PikeviUe 
Johns Creek 
Univ. Breckinridge 
East Carter 
Russell 
Paul G. Blazer 



1977 Regional Tournament Sites 

Girls , 

(1) Mayfield High School, (2) HopkinsviUe 
High School, (3) McLean County High School, 
(4) Bowling Green High School, (5) LaRue County 
High School, (6) Shawnee High School, (7) Jeffer- 
sontown High School, (8) Henry County High 
School, (9) Campbell County High School, (10) 
Bourbon County High School, (11) Frankfort High 
School, (12) Wayne County High School, (13) 
Knox Central High School, (14) Breathitt County 
High School, (15) Allen Central High School, (16) 
Paul G. Blazer High School. 

Boys 

(1) Murray University, (2) Hopkinsville High 
School, (3) Owensboro Sportscenter, (4) Western 
Ky. University, (5) Hart County High School, (6) 
Pleasure Ridge Park High School, (7) Moore High 
School, (8) Henry County High School, (9) Holmes 
High School, (10) Mason County High School, 
(11) Franklin County High School, (12) Laurel 
County High School, (13) Corbin High School, 
(14) Hazard High School, (15) Johnson Central 
High School, (16) Boyd County High School. 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled January 27) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it 
is the home phona number unless otherwise designated. 
If two numbers are niven, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Davis. A. Edward, 314 E. 16th Street, Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-0474 
Goldman, Marc, 11410 Flag, Cin-jinnati. Ohio 45240 (Bus,) 

831-2990 
Runyon, Bobbv L.. Route 1, Box 31. Pinsonfork 41555, 

353-4959 



ATTENTION! 

Sports Medicine Conference 

The fifth annual Sports Medicine Conference 
will be held at the Executive Inn East on Thurs- 
day morning, March 17th from 8 a.m. until 12:30 
p.m., and Friday morning, March 18th. This con- 
ference is sponsored by the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association, the Kentucky Medical As- 
sociation, and the Health Services Department of 
the State Department of Human Resources. 

Featured speakers will include Dr. Nate Smith 
from the University of Washington, author of the 
book — "Food for Sports", Nutrition expert to 
many professional teams, and probably the world's 
expert on nutrition in the athlete. Fran Curci, 
U.K. football coach, Tommy Bell, and many 
others. 

All coaches, trainers, student trainers, team 
physicians, etc., are invited to attend. 



"Sixth Annual Medical Aspects 

Of Sports Seminar" 

THURSDAY, MARCH 17 

8:15 a.m. Registration and Visit Exhibits 
9:00 a.m. Presiding and Opening Remarks 

Ronald E. Waldridge, M.D. 

Shelbyville, Ky. 

Chairman, K.M.A. 

Committee on School Health 

Physical Education and 
(Continued to Page Five) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1977 



1976 KAPOS TROPHY WINNERS 
Russell — State-At-Large Champions Harrison County — "Sweet 16" Champions 





(Left to Right) Front Row: Teri Carter, Ruthie Patter- 
son. Cindy Nolte. Vicki Nolte. Second Row: Valerie Babb, 
Susan Thompson, Lisa Ray, Julie Welter, Lesley Davis. 



(Left to Right) Pam Lizer. Kathy Switzer, Belinda 
Wagoner. Mary Carter Pulliam, Sponsor Barbara Snopek, 
Caren Crum, Sara Switzer, Debbie Estep, Michele Carr. 



KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 

Cheerleader and Sponsor Register ation: All cheer- 
leading squads and/or sponsors are asked to stop 
by the KAPOS table in Freedom Hall to: 

1. Register your squad 

2. Pick up important information and mater- 
ials for your and your school 

Along with a KAPOS board member, there 
will be high school cheerleaders on hand to assist 
you. TTiey can be identified by their hostess arm- 
bands. Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn 
they may seek you and your cheerleaders to be 
interviewed by one of the radio commentators. In 
order to make their task easier, we are asking 
that you register your seat, row and section num- 
ber. A possible radio interview is often missed 
because the guides could not locate the desired 
person in time for the interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all spon- 
sors and cheerleaders that KAPOS has a Hospital- 
ity Room located in Freedom Hall. We cordially 
invite you to have refreshments, socialize with 
friends, exchange ideas, and perhaps get help 
with your problems. 

"Sweet Sixteen" Cheerleading Squads: Atten- 
tion Principals! If your team will be participating 
in the State Tournament, included in the packet 
sent to you by the KHSAA will be a letter per- 
taining to your cheerleading squad. Be sure to 
look for this and relay all information to your 
cheerleader sponsor. We request that your cheer- 
leaders be chaperoned by a well qualified, school 
approved adult. Verification of this, along with 
your sponsor's name, must be contained in the 
letter of conformation which you will receive. 
This letter must be in the hands of a KAPOS 
officer prior to the time that your cheerleaders 
take the floor. 

Important! Please be sure that your school 
is a paid up member of KAPOS in order for your 
squad to compete for the cheerleading awards in 
the State Tournament. The winners of these a- 
wards will be determined by use of the KAPOS 



Judging Sheet, a copy of which wiU also be in- 
cluded in the packet sent by the K.H.S.A.A. to 
the winners of the sixteen regions. 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding cheer- 
leading squads with the recognition they so well 
deserve. All cheerleader awards will be presented 
between games on Friday night of the State 
Tournament. The awards are as follows: 

The winning and runner-up cheerleading 
squads will receive trophies, with the third and 
fourth place squads being awarded plaques. In 
addition, the special K-Pep Award will be pre- 
sented. All tournament cheerleading squads and 
their sponsors are asked to be located close to 
the playing floor so they CEin easily come to the 
floor should they be called for an award. 

GOVERNOR CARROLL DECLARES 

GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP WEEK 

While every week should be Good Sports- 
manship Week, KAPOS has always tried to put 
special emphasis on being a good sport at State 
Tournament time. Being a good sport is part of 
being a good citizen. We don't believe that good 
citizens need to be reminded to exemplify good 
sportsmanship. However, it is especially fitting 
at tournament time to remind all citizens that 
it is a privilege to be able to attend the games 
and that each individual can contribute to the 
success of the tournament if he will abide by the 
KAPOS Sportsmanship Creed proclaimed by Gov- 
ernor Carroll. The Governor's proclamation is on 
display at the KAPOS table. 

NOTE TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in 
releasing teaching personnel to assist with the 
many tasks necessary to keep this organization 
functioning effectively. 

Again, we need judges and personnel 
to help at the tournament. This involves 
at least 12 to 15 people. It is also backbreak- 
ing, tiresome work. However, we have many 
dedicated women who have indicated a willing- 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1977 



Page Five 



FRANKLIN COUNTY — STATE CLASS AAAA, REGION II CHAMPION 







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(Left to Right)) Front Row: Ass't. Coacli J. WUhoile. R. Bell. D. Sheets, A. Carver, A. Oberst. D. Tucker, 
M. Bernard. T. Clark, M. Philpot, Ass't. Coach D. Simpson. Second Row: Ass't. Coach G. Dearborn, Ass't. Coach T. 
Roberts. R. Davis. R. Anderson. B. Sharp. B. Higgs. G. Clay. T. Tracy, B. Amato, M. Cunningham, C. Augspurger, 
Head Coach J. CUne, Trainer D. Newton. Third Row: M. MrPherson. D. Watkins. R. Cabe. S. Vanderoriif, P. McDonald, 
C. Childs, S. Sacre. M. Brownlee. R. Clay. Fourth Row: G. McKnight. R. Haden. T. Smith. M. Hanks. T. Monroe, 
M. Stocker, S. Duncan, M. Burchfield. R. Jackson. Fifth Row: D. Franklin. K. Dotson, B. Garland, D. Brownlee, 
G. Meyer. D. Hamblin, J. O'Brien, M. Wingate, R. Taulbee. 



ness to help share these duties provided they get 
a release from their administrators. Therefore, the 
KAPOS board is seeking your understanding and 
cooperation should you be asked to release a 
teacher from her duties to help carry on the work 
that KAPOS is doing to msike cheerleading a 
worthwhile educational experience in the State of 
Kentucky. 



STATE-AT-LARGE CHAMPIONS 

Recognition is now being given to cheerlead- 
ing squads other than those sixteen fortunate 
enough to participate with their tesims in the 
State Tournament. The winner will receive the 
Ted Sanford trophy while the runner-up will be 
awarded the Jane Meyer trophy. Plaques will be 
given to the third and fourth place squads. 

Beginning at the District Tournaiment games, 
all squads that are KAPOS members are eligible 
to be judged for the honor of representing their 
district in the KAPOS Region-At-Large cheer- 
leading competition. The winner and runner-up 
of each district will progress to the region. In 
turn, the winner and runner-up from each region 
is Eillowed to compete for the title of State-At- 
Large Cheerleading Champions. 

Judging for the State-At-Large winners will 
take place at 8:30 A.M. on Saturday, April 2, in 
the Atherton High School Gyrnnasium, 3000 Dun- 
dee Road, Louisville. The public is invited to this 
out-standing event. The admission charge of $1.00 
per person will go toward the expenses of the 
KAPOS scholarship award, details of which are 
suppled below. We are grateful to the adminis- 
trators of Atherton for their generosity in open- 
ing the doors of their school to us for this 
competitive event. We trust that they will have 
no cause to fault our behavior. All cheerleaders 
and guests will be expected to be remindful that 
they are guests in the "home" of Atherton High 
School. 

At the conclusion of the judging at Atherton, 
trophies wiU be awarded to the top four squards, 
in addition to several special awards. 



STELLA S. GILB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the 
Stella S. Gilb Scholarship to an outstanding and 
well-deserving cheerleader from Kentucky. One 
of your cheerleaders may be a potential scholar- 
ship winner, so get your applicatioins in early. 
Apphcations must be turned in no later than 
April 15. Write a KAPOS officer for appUcation 
forms, or pick them up at the State Tournament 
KAPOS table. 



SUMMER CHEERLEADER CLINICS 

Clinic I: July 3-7 Clinic II: July 10-14 

Each year cheerleader clinics are held on the 
University of Kentucky campus, with classes 
geared to all interest and ability levels. Brochures 
giving details of the clinics can be obtained at the 
State Tournament KAPOS table by contacting 
Mrs. BiUy Rodes, (606) 266-4601, or by writing the 
College of Education, Business Office, Dickey 
HaU, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ken- 
tucky 40506. 



Medical Aspects 

(Continued from page Three) 

Medical Aspects of Sports 
Moderator — Jim K. Goodrvim, M.D. 
Bowling Green 
9:10 a.m. "Physical Maturation's Relationship 
to Injury in High School Football 
Players" 

Ron Violette, Ph.D. 
Lexington, Ky. 
9:40 a.m. "Ear, Nose, and Throat Athletic In- 
juries and Illnesses" 
Frederick Porter, M.D. 
Louisville, Ky. (Univ. of Louisville) 
10:15 a.m. Break & Visit Exhibits 

Moderator — Carl Brueggeman, M.D. 
Covington, Ky. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1977 



BOWLING GREEN— STATE CLASS AAAA, REGION I, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: J. Sears, S. Williams, J. Thies, K. Logue, M. Drake, R. Lee, B. Borders, B. Scruggs, 
M. Nutter, R. Woosley, D. Grudzielanek, P. Sadavary, S. Anthony, D. Hockersmith, G. Hovious, M. Kirby, J. Feix, 
J. Mefford. Second Row: D. Mefford, C. Graham, M. Manning, G. Pennington, C. Warren, M. Riggs, S. Morrison, 
S. Handlon, M. Harris, G. Edmunds, J. Taylor, N. Beasley, D. Beard, S. Bvrd, T. Bertram, T. Henon, R. Logsdon, 
C. Hockersmith, L. Carwell. Third Row: Coach Sears, T. Henry, T. Wright, D. Rue, T. Eatherly, S. Crumb, D. Barnett, 
J. Byrd, J. Mefford, G. Edmunds, S. VanMeter, B. Hummer, S. Williams, S. Starks, T. Brown, T. Gardner, K. 
Shaver, M. Lovelady, Coach Strode. Fourth Row; Coach Freeman, Coach Kohl, D. Bavs, B. Chrislenson, D. Carothers, 
T. Riggs, F. MUler, F. Ray, M. Wilkinson, C. Martin, S. Potter, R. Jacket. J. Deller, M. Barnes, D. Fath, S. Neel, 
C. Meeks, J. Heile, Coach Perkins, Coach Laws. 



10:30 a.m. "So You Want To Be A Team 

Physician?" 

Robert McLeod, M.D. 

Somerset, Ky. 
10:50 a.m. "Dii^erences In Conditioning for 

Men & Women Athletes" 

Marge Albolim — Women's Trainer 

Indiana University — Bloomington, 

Ind. 
11:20 a.m. Buffet Luncheon 
11:50 a.m. "Official's & Attorney's View 

of Athletic Injuries" 

Tommy BeU, LLB and 

Retired NFL Official 

FRIDAY, MARCH 18 
8:15 a.m. Registration & Visit Exhibits 

Moderator — William Wheeler, M.D. 

Lexington, Ky. 
8:30 a.m. Breakfast Buffet 
9:00 a.m. "Coaching Techniques to Minimize 

Football Injuries" 

Fran Curci — Football Coach — 

University of Kentucky 

Lexington, Ky. 
9:30 a.m. "Weight Control in Athletes" 

Nathan Smith, M.D. 

University of Washington 

Seattle. Washington 
10:00 a.m. "Heat lUness — Prevention, Diag- 
nosis, and Fieldside Treatment" 

Russ Miller — Trainer — Western 

Kentucky University 

Bowling Green, Ky. 
10:30 a.m. Break _ Visit Exhibits 

Moderator — Robert McLeod, M.D. 

Somerset, Ky. 
10:50 a.m. Preparing for Competition, 

Nathan Smith, M.D. 
11:20 a.m. Orthopedic Panel On the Knee 

1) "Prevention of Knee Injuries" 
Dr. William Wheeler 
Lexington, Ky. 

2) "Fieldside Diagnosis & Treat- 
ment of Knee Injuries" — 
Roger Lane, M.D. 

Somerset, Ky. 

3) "New Concepts In Diagnosis of 
Knee Injuries" — 

Ernest Eggers, M.D. 
Louisville, Ky. 



MAJOR FOOTBALL RULES REVISIONS 
FOR 1977 SEASON 

1-2-3: commercial markings on the field. 

1-5-lg: Requires players to wear thigh guards. 

2-7: Defines encroachment as a term to in- 

dicate a player is illegally in the neutral 
zone. 



2-10-3: 



2-17-2: 



2-19-2: 



5-l-2c: 



6-1-3: 



7-2-2: 



Clarifies batting as intentionally slapp- 
ing or striking a loose ball with the arm 
or hand or, in other than a legal kick, 
with the leg or knee. 
Provides an offensive player is on his 
line of scrimmage when he faces his 
opponents goal line with the line of his 
shoulders approximately parallel thereto 
with his head breaking the plane of an 
imaginary line drawn through the waist- 
line of the snapper and parallel to the 
line of scrimmage. An offensive back 
is in the backfield provided his head 
does not break the plane of an imaginary 
line drawn through the waistline of the 
nearest teammate who is legally on the 
line of scrimmage. 

Provides the neutral zone may be ex- 
panded following the snap, up to a 
maximum of two yards behind the de- 
fensive line of scrimmage in the field 
of play, during any scrimmage down. 
Provides when the scrimmage down ends 
with the baU in the field of play or out- 
of-bounds between the goal line, a new 
series is awarded to the team in pos- 
session at the end of the down if there 
were a chance of team possession dur- 
ing the down or if a receiver were first 
to touch a scrimmage-kick while it was 
beyond the Une, unless tliere was a foul 
during a loose ball and the penalty was 
accepted. 

Defines it as encroachment if any play- 
er, other than the kicker or the holder 
for a place-kick, is beyond his free-kick 
line alter the ball is placed ready for 
play and until it is kicked. 
Exempts 6 and 8-man football teams 
from the numbering requirement at the 
time of the snap. 



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Page Seven 



BULLITT CENTRAL— STATE CLASS AAAA, REGION II, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 




(Left lo Righl) Front Row: K. Lewis, M. French, G. Smith, M. Meadows, G. O'Bryan, D. Wells, M. Carter. M. 
Carter. Second Row: T. Raymer, K. Davis, B. Cravens, R. Clark. D. Lee, T. Sadler, B. Hoaq, C. Ratliff, D. Burford, 
P. King. Third Row: D. Montgomery, S. Watkins, D. Holland, B. Probus. D. Hargrove, G. Bukv, J. Moore, R. Dietrich, 
J. Graham, R. Walker, M. Tipton. Fourth Row: K. SturgiU, T. Sanders, T. Cruise. T. Dcbson, D. C:rri-jan. K. Herb. 
B. Barber, J. McGehee, D. Dosn, B. Martin, B. McHargue, C. Baker. Fifth Row: Mgr. F. French, Mir. J. Parrish, 
J. Goldsmith, S. Sideb^ttom, T. Simmons, K. Ride;nour, Trainer J. Pickett. Mgr. B. Scstl. 



7-2-4: Requires each offensive player, in 8-man 
football, to be within 12 yards of the 
spot from which the ball is to be snapp- 
ed momentarily before the snap. 
9-1-1: Permits offensive players to contact 
opponents with their arms or cupped or 
closed hands, provided their elbows are 
entirely outside the shoulders with the 
palms of the hands not facing the op- 
ponent and the forearms are approxi- 
mately parallel to the ground in the 
same horizontal plane extended no 
more than 45 degrees from the body. 
10-5-3: Clarifies the penalty for a foul by the 
defensive team during a down which 
results in a successful field-goal or 
touchdown is measured at the succeed- 
ing kickoff or the succeeding spot in 
case there is an overtime. 
OFFICIAL SIGNALS: provides signal for en- 
croachment shall be the dead ball signal 
followed by official placing his hands 
on his hips and pointing to the offended 
tesim. (This is the old offside penalty 
which is no more applicable.) 
POINTS OF SPECIAL EMPHASIS: Emphasizes 
the rule concerning attempts by backs, including 
the quarterback to draw the defensive encroach- 
ment shall be enforced and provides an expla- 
nation of acts which are considered to be un- 
sportsmanUke, including insulting language, gen- 
tures or words which engenders ill will and which 
may occur following an outstanding play or at 
other times during the gsime. 



1977 BASEBALL 
Early Season Questions 

EDITORS NOTE: These interpretations of the 
rules of the National Federation Baseball Com- 
mittee do not set aside nor modify any rule. The 
rulings are aproved and apply to the situation for 
which they are given. 

CLIFFORD B. FAGAN, Editor, 

National Federation Publications 

BASEBALL PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

CASE BOOK 

Case Book Play 1 (a) and its ruling should be 



revised as follows: 

1. Play: With all bases occupied and two out, B6 
hits a double (a) Rl who was on 1st when play 
started deliberately throws his head i>rotector to 
the ground after touching 3rd base. 

Ruling: Umpire should signal delayed dead ball 
when he observes the violation and penalize when 
the play is completed. If R3 scores, his run counts; 
however, he is banished from the game. If R3 
reached 3rd base and did not score, he is declared 
out and also banished from the game. Some may 
contend that this is a double penalty, but there 
are actually two rules infractions. There is one 
penalty for deUberately removing the head pro- 
tector during play action, and there is also an 
additional penalty which appUes when the player, 
after removing his head protector, deliberately 
throws it to the ground. 

Case Book Play 42 (b) should be revised as follows: 
SI steps into the batter's box in place of Bl but 
his name is not reported to the umpire-in-chief. 
SI hits the ball safely and reaches 1st base. Prior 
to the next pitch, the defensive team appeals to 
the umpire-in-chief that SI was not reported into 
the game properly. 

Ruling: SI is removed from the game for duration 
and Bl is declared out. There are two rules in- 
fractions involved in this play situation. Bl is 
declared out because SI is actually an improper 
batter, and the batting out of order rule and 
penalty must be appUed. SI is removed from the 
game for its duration because he was not reported 
into the game properly. The hit made by SI is 
deleted from the record, and the out is recorded 
as having been made by Bl (the proper batter). 

POINTS OF EMPHASIS FOR THE 1977 SEASON 

The Baseball Rules Committee believes there are 
several areas of the game which need to be given 
special consideration. These are identified as 
"Points of Emphasis." For the 1977 season, atten- 
tion is called to: Standing up instead of sUding on 
close plays: Maliciously crashing into a fielder who 
is holding the ball waiting to make the tag; faking 
a tag without the ball: coaches "Charging" um- 
pires on judgement calls; and bench and field 
conduct. When a topic is included as a Point of 
Emphasis, the action involved has not been ad- 
ministered properly or has been misinterpreted. 
It is the opinion of the Rules Committee tiiat ad- 
(Continued on Page Nine) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1977 



SENECA — JEFFERSON COUNTY CLASS AAAA, REGION II CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgi. C. Pratt. Mgr. M. Giutman. Second Row: Coach A. Francis, F. Montgomery, M. 
Davis, D. Orman, T. Rains. M. Weber, M. McCallister, R. Richardson. B. Hedels, V. Walker, B. Warren. G. Helton, 
L. Dix, L. Moore, W. Mclntyxe. Coach J. Blaiike.nship. Third Row: Coach J. Tazel. K. Smithers. J. Childs, G. Stopher, 
J. Wickliffe, T. Priest, M. Held, L. Young, K. Key, B. Hughes. P. Robinson, B. McCune, T. Terry, M. Mabe. Fourth 
Row: J. Mooney, K. Taylor, D. Orman, T. Oberhausen, G. Bills. D. Meers, M. Hilbert, H. Richardson, A. Young, 
G. Hazel, R. Griffith, D. Goldner, B. Free, M. Grieb. 

ST. XAVIER - JEFFERSON COUNTY CLASS AAAA, 
REGION I, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




"^■^fi 






(Left to Rigllt) Front Row: T. Cooper. M. Eberenz. M. Bueh.ner. K. Wallace. R. Buehner. C. Schnickel. J. Hagerty, 
J. Cecil. J. Sipes. D. Hettich. D. Henle. Second Row: M. Lanning. M. Paslick. G. Naiser. G. Cushing, T. Fuchs, R. 
Marrillia, D. Allen. E. Plamp. J. Motley, J. Sass, M. Feysa, R. Kramer. Third Row: B. Shaw. J. MiUer. A. Hook, J. 
Brockie. R. Belt, C. Hyle. R. Brockie, D. Kamber, J. Schwe'jihart. S. Darnell. C. Herde. B. Pontrich, M. Misback. 
Fourth Row: C. Bauscher, B. Hayden, D. Steinmetz. J. Puxcell. C. Hall. M. Echsner, B. Byron, R. Davis, M. Miller. 
J. Graltc.n. B. Kronauer. P. Coleman, J. Lucchese. G. Tiebens. Fifth Row: K. Davis. L. King. C. Hagerty. B. Hester, 
S. Ryan. M. Jefferson. D. Feller. M. Hess. T. McCormick. D. Young. M. Cowherd. C. Bantd. 



PLEASURE RIDGE PARK — JEFFERSON COUNTY CLASS AAAA, 
REGION II, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: J. George, R. Burden, S. Coulter, J. Hale, C. Urevick, S. Davis. L. Giech, D. Stan- 
kiewicz, D. Mulhall, R. Thompson, R. McCoy. Second Row: Mgr. E. Jackson, D. Jones, D. Proctor, J. Cooper, S. 
Stone. J. Seller. D. Pryor, J. Hall, W. Fields. G. Wegenasf, R. Newman, B. Hicks, Mgr. M. Johnson. Third Row: 
Coach D. Maxberry, Coach C. Biggs, Coach B. Haydock, J. Brehmer, R. Hanlon, M. Saling, J. McDonough, D. Johnson. 
E. Brehmer. K. Holt, M. Epps, B. Money, T. Lapaille. S. Casper, Coach R. Kline. Coach B. MiUer. Head Coach B. 
Holm an. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1977 



Page Nine 



Baseball Questions 

(Continued from Page Seven) 

ditional and immediate attention to these items 
will noticeably improve the game and sportsman- 
ship. 

Standing Up Instead of Sliding or Attempting to 
Avoid Being Put Out on Close Plays: Teaching 
base runners how and when to slide is an im- 
portant part of a coach's responsibility. Players 
should be instructed to slide or avoid being put 
out (without violent contact) on any close play at 
second, third and home, not only to avoid injury 
to the fielder, but also to prevent personal injury. 
In a double play situation (regardless of whether 
the play at second is close) players should not be 
taught to stand up going into second in an atternpt 
to prevent the pivot man from throwing to first 
base or to cause him to throw wildly. The runner 
who does not slide risks a severe collision and the 
chance of being struck in the face by the fielder's 
throw. The proper technique is for the base runner 
to make a legal slide in an attempt to break up a 
double play. If the pivot man has already touched 
the base and is no longer in the base line, the 
runner shquld not go out of the base line in an 
attempt to make contact with the pivot man, he 
wiU be declaired out for interference. If such con- 
tact is mahcious or flagrant, the runner shall be 
ejected from the game. If, in the opinion of the 
umpire, the runner's interference also prevented 
an out on the batter-runner, the umpire shall de- 
clare the batter-runner out. 

Crashing into a Fielder who is Holding the Ball 
Waiting to Make a Tag: There have been cases 
reported in which the base runner, upon seeing 
the catcher or another infielder who has the ball 
waiting for the runner, remains on his feet and 
deliberately, with great force, crash into the de- 
fensive player hoping to jar the infielder so hard 
he wiU drop the ball, rather than sUde or make an 
attempt to avoid being tagged out. Severe injury 
can result from such unnecessary unsportsmanlike 
tactics. It is the duty of the umpire to declare 
the runner out, and when the action of the runner 
is also interpreted as being a flagrant act, the 
violater shall be disqualified from the game. 

Faking a Tag Without the Ball: A growing prac- 
tice of a fielder faking a tag on a runner when 
that defensive player does not have the ball must 
be curtailed. The Rules Committee has changed 
the rule to provide that when a defensive player 
fakes a tag when he does not have the ball, the 
player who executes the fake shall be banished 
from the game. 

Coaches Charging Umpires on Judgement Calls: 

The Rules Committee is disturbed that there have 
been reports of umpires being "charge" by coaches 
and others connected with the team to question a 
judgement call of the umpire. There is no place 
for such tactics in amateur baseball. Any player, 
coach or bench persormel who "charges" an um- 
pire to question a judgement cedl by an umpire 
shall be warned to stop this action at once. If the 
warning is not heeded immediately, the offender 
shall be banished from the game. If after one 
warning to a member of a teEim (coach, player, 
student, substitute, manager, scorekeeper, etc.) a 
member of that team "charges" an umpire to 
question a judgement call, that offender shall be 



banished for the remainder of the game. 

Bench and Field Conduct: The Rules Committee 
has been apprised of the fact that many coaches 
and players Eire guilty of conduct detrimental to 
the game of baseball. Specifically, the committee 
has been informed that the practice of baiting 
opponents is on the rise in certain parts of the 
country. The Code of Ethics for Baseball Players 
and Coaches states, "The ethics and sportsman- 
ship of players, coaches, officisils and others as- 
sociated with the game must be exemplary and 
beyond reproach." The penalty for unsportsman- 
like conduct (following Rule 3, Section 3) as it 
pertains to using words or remarks which reflect 
on opposing players, is disqualification. The Rules 
Committee sincerely hopes coaches will work with 
their players to eliminate these unsportsmanlike 
acts. 

1. Play: In the fifth inning the bases are fully 
occupied by Rl, R2 and R3 and none out, SI 
oomes in to bat for B4 without being reported in 
to the umpire-in-chief. SI hits a pitch fair and 
out of the park. After he and Rl, R2, and R3 have 
scored, Fl is thrown a new baseball by the umpire- 
in-chief. In (a) prior to the first pitch; or (b) after 
the first pitch the team in the field appeals to the 
umpire-in-chief that SI did not report to the 
umpire-in-chief. 

Ruling: In (a) SI is removed from the game for 
its duration, B4 the proper batter is declared out 
and Rl, R2, and R3 must return to 3rd, 2nd, and 
1st bases, respectively. The runs are cancelled and 
B5 is now the batter. In (b) the runs scored by 
Rl, R2, R3 and SI count; however, SI is removed 
from the game for its duration. An eUgible substi- 
tute may replace him by properly reporting to the 
umpLre-in-chief prior to competing. 

2. Play: Rl, R2 and RA occupy 3rd, 2nd and 
1st bases, respectively. There are 2 out when SI 
wthout being reported to the urapire-in-chief 
takes position in the batter's box. He hits a triple 
but misses 1st base in running out the hit. Team 
in the field immediately: (a) appeals to the umpire- 
in-chief that SI did not report in properly; or 
(b) threw the ball to F3 who appeals the fact 
that SI did not touch 1st base. 

Ruling: In each of (a) and (b) no runs score. 
In (a) Bti is declared out and SI is banished from 
the game for its duration. In (b) SI is declared 
out, SI is not removed from the game because 
no one has challenged his not reporting in prop- 
erly. 

3. Play: Bl appears at bat with an aluminum 
or magnesium bat which does not have a knob 
on the handle end of the bat. 

Ruling: The umpire shall require that the batter 
procure a legal bat immediately. 

4. Play: Bl receives ball 4 and he or a teammate 
immediately requests time. 

Ruling: The umpire shall ignore the request and 
order Bl to go to 1st base, after w^hich a team B 
player or coach may now request time and um- 
pire shall grant it. 

5. Play: Bat of Bl breaks in two pieces as a 
result of hitting a pitch. The batted ball, bounding 
on foul territory m direction of 3rd base, then hits 
the barrel of the bat causing the ball to roll to 
fair territory in front or 3rd base. F5 fields ball 
and throws it to F3, who tags 1st base before Bl 
reaches it. 

Ruling: This is ruled a foul ball. Bl is not out 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1977 



for hitting ball a second time. 

6. Play: After any or all of the starting players 
have been withdrawn, how soon may they re- 
enter the game? 

Ruling: Immediately, with the exception of the 
pitcher if he is pitching at the time he is removed 
from the game. If the starting pitcher's removal 
from the game is because of excessive defensive 
team conferences as stated in Rule 3-4-1, he may 
re-enter but not as the pitcher. 

7. Play: While on defense, several players ex- 
change position in the field. 

Ruling: This is legal and it does not constitute 
withdrawal or re-entry. A player has not been 
withdrawn until he is removed from the game as 
an active player, whether a fielder at the time or 
a batter. Of course, the pitcher, while his team is 
in the field, exchanges positions with a fielder, 
he cannot pitch again until the fielder who took 
over as a pitcher complies with the provisions of 
Rule 3-1-2. 

8. Play: May anyone bat in place of the desig- 
nated hitter? 

Ruling: Only the starting player for whom the 
designated hitter bats may pinch hit just once for 
the designated hitter, but if this happens, the 
move shall terminate the designated hitter role 
for the remainder of the game. The use of a pitch 
runner for the designated hitter also terminates 
the designated hitter role for the remainder of 
the game. 

Comments: It is important for all to understand 
that when the starting lineups are submitted (and 
the designated hitter is being used), the designated 
hitter should be Usted in the preferred batting 
position of the batting order, and the defensive 
player he is batting for should be listed imme- 
diately below the designated hitter. (These two 
players are locked into that one batting position.) 

9. Play: During the 1st inning, the coach of 
the team in the field requests and is granted time 
to confer with Fl. Shortly thereafter F6 collides 
with F7, who is injured, and the coach or the 
team attendant comes onto the field to examine 
the injured player. 

Ruling: The second conference is not charged. 
It is justified by an obviously incapacitated player. 

10. Play: Coach on bench, or in coacher's box, 
or player on offense is granted request for time 
and coach or his bench representative comes onto 
the field to confer with the batter and/or base 



Ruling: Each team when on offensive is allowed 
only one such conference per inning. Time granted 
for an obviously incapacitated player shall not 
constitute a charged offensive conference. After 
a team has used its one charged offensive tedm 
conference in an inning, the umpire shall deny 
that team's request for subsequent offensive team 
conferences in that inning. 

11. Play: In a high school game of 7 innings, 
how many innings constitute a regulation game 
if the game is called? 

Ruling: At least 41/2 innings. 

12. Play: At the end of 4th inning, the score is 
HI and V2. There is no score in 1st half of the 
5th but in the last half H scores: (a) 1 run; or (b) 



2 runs. In either case, game is called for rain when 
only one or two are out. 

Ruling: In either case, it is a regulation game. 
In (a), it is a tie game but aU records count. In 
(b), H is the winner. 

13. Play: At the end of the 4th inning, the score 
is H4-V5. In the 5th inning, V does not score and 
H has scored one run when the game is called 
because of rain. Does score revert to that at the 
end of the last completed inning? 

Ruling: No. It is a regulation tied game. 

14. Play: Bases are full. B4 hits a long fly to 
center. F7 and F8 coUide trying to make the catch 
and both are injured. All runners cross home base. 
Captain requests "time" to prevent last two runs 
from scoring. 

Ruling: BaU does not become dead when a player 
is injured during a batted or thrown ball Umpire 
shall not call time until no further play is possible. 
AU four runs score. 

15. Play: With Rl on 1st, Fl is in pitching 
position. His overthrow into a stand is: (a) from 
pitching position; or (b) after he has stepped back- 
ward with his pivot foot clearly off the plate. 

Ruling: In (a), 1 base is awarded. In (b), 2 bases 
are awarded since Fl has become an infielder. 
In either case, the award starts at the base occu- 
pied at the time the baU left the hand of Fl. 

16. Play: In 1st half of the 1st inning a pinch 
hitter appears at bat for the starting pitcher. 

Ruling: This is legal, however, the announced 
or starting pitcher must return to pitch to the 
first opposing batter in the last half of the first 
inning until the batter has been put out or has 
advanced to 1st base. 

17. Play: Coach or player on defense requests 
time which umpire grants and coach or his bench 
representative confers with Fl or F4 after which: 
(a) Fl exchanges position with F8; or (b) Fl con- 
tinues to pitch; or (c) Fl is removed from the 
game. 

Ruling: In (a) and (c) the conference is not 
charged as one of the 3 allowed per game. In (b) 
the conference is charged to the team. If the team 
already has used its quota of charged conferences, 
Fl must be removed as pitcher for duration of the 
game. 

Comments: All concerned will better understand 
Rule 3-4-1 if they will remember the coach of the 
fielding team or his bench representative must be 
involved before a defensive team conference is 
considered a charged one. It is important to re- 
member that the three defensive team conferences 
granted to a team are charged only when the 
pitcher is not removed from the mound. After a 
team has been charged with its allowed 3 de- 
fensive team conferences any additional ones be- 
tween the fielding team players and their bench 
personnel wiU cause the removal of their pitcher 
as pitcher for the duration of a seven inning game. 
If the game goes into extra innings each team 
when on defense is allowed just one charged con- 
ference for each extra inning without penalty. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1977 



Page Eleven 



Coaches And Officials Share Responsibility 
For Keeping Games Under Control 

The KHSAA Office continues to receive complaints 
from basketball coaches that "the officials lost control of 
tiie game". The most common complaint is that the games 
are not called sufficiently close to eliminate unnecessary 
rough play. These complaints have persisted through the 
years and to the best of our knowledge, the KHSAA Of- 
fice has never received a complaint that a game was 
called too closely. 

School administrators and a great majority of coaches 
wish to have games called reasonably close and consistent- 
ly. 

However, the responsibility for eliminating rough play 
in basketball is two-fold. The coach has the responsibility 
for eliminating it just as much as do the officials and they 
should share the blame equally. 

Players are inclined to play in a game as they play in 
practice. Coaches who allow players to foul unnecessarily 
in practice are encouraging unnecessary fouling and rough 
play in a game. Players are inclined to play the game as a 
practice for it. Careful attention should be given to this 
matter in all practices, and intra-squad scrimmage games 
should be closely officiated. It is unreasonable to expect 
officials to teacli during the game what the coach failed 
to teach daily in practice. 

On the other hand, a foul is a foul regardless of where- 
ever and whenever it occurs. Officials who are inclined not 
to call fouls because of an excessive number being com- 
mitted are contributing toward rough play. Games should 
be called consistently close according to the rules. Players 
who commit fouls should have them called against them 
regardless of the number. Failing to call fouls will give 
the player who commits unnecessary fouls an advantage 
over those who are taught to play within the rules. 

Failure to call fouls also stimulates imsportsmanlike 
conduct and misconduct at basketball games. Rough play 
arouses emotions of spectators and has an adverse affect. 
Both coaches and officials share the responsibility of pre- 
venting this from happening. This is particularly important 
at a time when there is considerable questioning of the 
educational and recreational values of interscholastic 
athletics. 



FILMS 

The films listed below are in Jhe Film Library of Ihe 
TT.niversity of Kentucky College of Education. The code 
letters "e j, s. c, a" refer to elementary, junior hiqh, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special suhscription 
rervice plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Matarial. 

Gymnastics 
GYMNASTICS PART 1. j-s-c-a, 1% reels (17 

min.), $3.00 

Introduces the basic principles of gymnastics 
and follows the routines developed by polished 
performers on the parallel bars, the rope climb, 
and the long horse. Attention is given to the rolls, 
handstands, and handsprings, twists and somer- 
saults that are basic to tumbling. (Hoefler) 

GYMNASTICS, PART II, j-s-c-a, 1% reels (17 

min.), $3.00 

Introducing the gymnast to the fundamentals 
of free exercise routines. Stresses the importance 
of smooth action as well as strength, form, bal- 
ance, and abihty to develop the difficult routines. 
Demonstrates rings, side horse, and the high bar. 
(Hoefler) 



INTERMEDIATE TUMBLING, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (11 

min.), $2.00 

Demonstrates twenty stunts in handspring, 
balance, and somersault progressions and safety 
precautions are given to prevent accidents or in- 
juries while teaching technique and form. 

SIMPLE STUNTS, e- j-s-c-a, 1 reel (11 min.), $2.00 
Provides instructions in the healthful group 
activities that require little or no equipment. 
Demonstrates simple stunts for strength and skill 
and emphasizes safety precautions. 

Injuries 

TEAM PHYSICIAN, j-s-c-a, 3 reels (28 min.), color 

$1.00 

The message is aimed at physicians, coaches, 
athletes and parents. Includes five regulations 
which are concerned with preventing injuries as 
well as treating them when they occur. (KHSAA) 

Baseball 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1965, e-j-s-c-a, 

2 reels, color, $1.00 

In the 36th all-star game at the home of the 
Minnesota Twins in Minneapolis the National 
League conquered the American League by 6-5. A 
crowd of over 47,000 saw Willie Mays hit the 
first pitch of the game for a home run. (KHSAA) 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1966, j-s-c-a, 

1% reels, color, $1.00 

The greats of the National League battle the 
stars of the American League in the new 26 mil- 
lion dollar Busch Stadium at St. Louis. The Na- 
tion League won the game in the tenth inning as 
Tim McCarver scored on a single by Maury Wills. 
Close-ups of the stars are shown as they warm up 
for each game. (KHSAA) 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1967, e-j-s-c-a, 

3 .reels, color, $1.00 

The National and American League All-Star 
Game was played in the new Anaheim Stadium, 
home of the California Angels. The Phillies' Richie 
Allen homered in the first inning and Frank Rob- 
inson of Baltimore tied the score in the second. In 
the fifteenth inning Tony Perez of Cincinnati 
broke the tie and won the game for the National 
League by hitting a home run. (KHSAA) 

BASEBALL HALL OF FAME, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 

color, $1.00. 

This film shows the annual meeting at Coop- 
erstown, N. Y. when new names are added to the 
Hall of Fame list. Numerous stars of the past re- 
turn to the shrine each year at this time and are 
shown as their feats on the diamond are related. 
The history of Cooperstown and tiie purpose of 
the Hall of Fame are explained in the picture. 

BASEBALL TODAY, 16 mm, 28 minute sound, 
color (or black & white) 
Special visual effects and interesting play sit- 
uations aid the player, coach and umpire in gain- 
ing a better understanding of the rules. Baseball 
fans will also find this excellent teaching film 
will add a great deal to their appreciation and 
enjoyment of the great American pastime, base- 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 19771 



Narrated by Mel Allen, this film shows the 
Cincinnati Reds were able to win only the second 
game in the series against the New York Yankees. 
Superb pitching of Whitey Ford and batting power 
of the Yankees brought them the world's cham- 
pionship after five games. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1962, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

Key plays from all seven games are shown as 
the New York Yankees of the American League 
retain the world's championship by defeating the 
San Francisco Giants by the score of 1-0 in the 
final game. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1963, j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 Min.) 

color, $1.00 

Shows highlights of games in which the Los 
Angeles Dodgers won the baseball championship 
by defeating the New York Yankees in four 
straight games. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1964, j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 Min.) 

color, $1.00 

The St. Louis Cardinals topped the New York 
Yankees in the first game, 9-5, and went on to win 
the series to become the world's champions for 
1965. Covers all the exciting plays in the games. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1965, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

Shows highlights of tlie games in which the 
Minnesota Twins take the first two games at Min- 
neapolis from Los Angeles and the Dodgers come 
back to win the next four games with Sandy 
Koufax pitching the seventh game for the world's 
champion. (KHSAA) 

WORLD SERIES OF 1966, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

The Baltimore Orioles amazed the sports 
world as they defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 
in four straight games to win the world champion- 
sliip. Even the great Sandy Koufax and Don 
Drysdale could not silence the bats of Frank Rob- 
inson and Brooks Robinson. Shows the action plays 
in all four games. (KHSAA) 

WORLD SERIES OF 1967, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

The St. Louis Cardinals need the full seven 
games to win the championship over the Boston 
Red Sox. Harry Carey narrates the play as Jim 
Lonborg, aided by slugger Carl Yastremski, wins 
two games for the Sox but cannot match the three 
wins by Bob Gibson of the Cards. (KHSAA) 

WORLD SERIES OF 1968, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 
Min.), color, $1.00 
The Detroit Tigers, playing in the World 
Series for the first time in twenty-three years, 
beat the St. Louis Cardinals by four games to 
three. The Cardinals took a 3 to 1 lead but the 
Tigers came back to win the series. Mickey Lolich 
won three games for the Tigers. Bob Gibson won 
two games for the Cardinals but was the loser in 
the final game. (KHSAA) 

WORLD SERIES OF 1969, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (44 

Min.), color, $1.00 

The New York Mets, National League Cham- 
pions, defeated the American League winner, Bal- 
timore, for the world championship. The Mets 
won four straight games after the Orioles took 
the first one at Baltimore. Shows dazzling de- 
fensive plays which highlighted the series. 
(KHSAA) 



ball. This picture was produced under the direc- 
tion of the Nat'l. Fed. of State High School Asso- 
ciations and approved by the Nat'l. Fed. Baseball 
Rules Committee. 

CATCHING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 
The basic skills in catching baseball are pre- 
sented in this film. How to catch a high rapid ball, 
a batted ball, a thrown ball, and a ground ball are 
shown. Stance motion and close-up photography 
are used to enable the viewer to follow each step 
or movement in each of the basic skills. 

DOUBLE-PLAY KINGS OF BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 

2 reels. $1.00 

This film presents an analysis of the double- 
play in baseball. Different players from several 
major leagues are shown in action. Fielding, tag- 
ging, and throwing are illustrated and explained. 

FIFTY YEARS OF BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a. 3 reels, 

$1.00 

Facts of the immortal stars of baseball are re- 
called in this fifty years of memorial. Shows some 
famous oldtimers as their exploits are narrated and 
great moments of action in the lives of the more 
recent baseball heroes. (KHSAA) 

HITTING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 
Slow motion and close-up photography are 
used to follow accurately and graphically the 
basic fundamentals of hitting in baseball. Coordi- 
nation of feet, legs, hips, shoulders, arms, and 
head is explained. How to select a bat, how to 
hold it, and correct batting positions are shown. 

INFIELD PLAY AT 1st AND 3rd, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels 

$1.00 

The fundamentals and finer points of infield 
play at first and third bases are illustrated by big 
league players. Fielding, stance, throwing, tagging 
runners, etc., pictured often in slow motion. Spon- 
sored by A. G. Spalding Co., the American and 
National Leagues. 

INSIDE BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 3 reels, $1.00 

Fundamentals of baseball, including pitching, 
batting, fielding, and base-running, are demonstra- 
ed. Note: This film was placed with the library 
through the courtesy of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association. 

OCTOBER, MADNESS— THE WORLD SERIES, 

e-j-s-c-a, 2V4. reels, $1.00 

Shows many of the unforgettable feats per- 
formed by players as they happened in World 
Series past. Dramatic plays that made everlasting 
heroes are highlighted along with the anguish felt 
by the victims. (KHSAA) 

PLAY BALL, SON, j-s, 1% reels, $2.50 

Joe Cronin introduces this film showing a 
group of fourteen-year-old boys who are experts 
in baseball. Correct methods of hitting, catching, 
and throwing are demonstrated in natural and 
slow-motion. Based on book by Bert V. Dunne. 

THROWING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 
Slow motion, close-up £ind stop photography 
are used in presenting the basic fundamentals of 
throwing in baseball. Instructions are given for the 
overthrows, three-quarter side, side, and under- 
hand throws. Coordination of foot and arm mo- 
tion is stressed, as well as coordination of tiie 
body as a whole. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1961, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (44 
Min.), color. $1.00 



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Modern Ides of March 



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And a million motors hum 

In a good will flight on a Friday night; 
For basketball beckons, "Cornel" 



A sharp-shooting mite is king tonight. 

The Madness of March is running. 
The winged feet fly, the ball sails high 

And field goal hunters are gunning. 



The colors clash as silk suits flash 
And race on a shimmering floor. 

Repressions die, and partisans vie 
In a goal acclaiming roar. 



On Championship Trail toward a holy grail. 
All fans are birds of a feather. 

It's fiesta night and cares lie light 
When the air is full of leather. 



Since time began, the instincts of man 
Prove cave and current men kin. 

On tournament night the sage and the wight 
Are relatives under the skin. 



It's festival time, — sans reason or rhyme 
But with nationwide appeal. 

In a world of hate, our ship of state 
Rides high on an even keel. 



With war nerves tense, the final defense 
Is the courage, strength and will 

In a million lives where freedom thrives 
And liberty lingers still. 



Now eagles fly and heroes lie 

Beneath some foreign arch. 

Let their sons tread when hate is dead, — 
In this happy madness of MarchI 

— H. V. Porter 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIX 



MARCH, 1977 



$1.00 Per Year 



DUE PROCESS PROCEDURES 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association adopted the following 
Due Process Procedure for appealing decisions of 
the Commissioner or Board of Control, effective 
July 1, 1976. 

1. Aggrieved Parlies May Appeal Decision 

If a participant, parent, contest official, coach 
or member school is dissatisfied with a de- 
cision of the Board of Control or the Executive 
Secretary's interperting a provision or pro- 
visions of the Constitution, By-Laws or rules 
and regulations of the Association, and such 
individual or school is an aggrieved and af- 
fected party, such a party may within fifteen 
(15) days of the receipt of the decision, submit 
in writing by certified mail, return receipt 
requested, a notice of appeal of the decision 
and a request for a formal hearing. 

2. Investigation 

The Executive Secretary or his staff, or such 
representative of the Association designated 
by the Board of Control shall investigate all 
matters upon which the appeal is based. In- 
vestigations shall be performed so as to bring 
the matter to hearing, unless for cause other- 
wise shown, no later than the next regularly 
scheduled meeting of the Board. 

3. Notice 

After completion of the investigation, the 
Executive Secretary shall notify the appealing 
party, by certified mail, return receipt re- 
quested, of the time and place set for a hear- 
ing on the appeal. The notice shall be given at 
least seven (7) days in advance of the time 
set for the hearing. The hearing shall be con- 
ducted in conduction with a regularly schedul- 
ed meeting of the board, provided that the 
matter may be heard at a special meeting of 
the Board in the event that the appealing 
party agrees to pay all the costs incidental to 
such special meeting. 

4. Attendance at the hearing 
Representatives of member schools, contest 
officials, students, parents and coaches who 
are appealing parties are entitled to attend 
hearings. In the instance of a student sub- 
mitting the appeal, such student may be rep- 
resented by the member school that the stu- 
dent attends. Any person entitled to be in 
attendance at such hearing, may represent 
themselves. Such persons are also entitled to 
be represented by counsel, provided that they 
notify all other parties involved in the appeal 
of the name, address and telephone number 
of such counsel at least three (3) days in ad- 
vance of the hearing. 

5. Board of Control to Hear Appeals 

The Board of Control of the Association shall 
hear all appeals brought under the provisions 
of these rules. The President of the Board of 
Control may appoint a hearing officer to pre- 
side over the hearing or he may act as the 
hearing officer himself. The hearing officer 



may, at the beginning of the hearing, ask 
for statements clarifying the issues involved 
or upon which factual matters the appealing 
party will stipulate and agree to. The Execu- 
tive Secretary shall make available written 
copies of his investigation, and may give testi- 
mony relative thereto. The appealing party 
shall present its defense and proofs. The par- 
ties may offer such evidence, including the 
testimony of witnesses, as they desire and 
which is relative to the proceedings. Each 
party shall have the right to cross examine 
witnesses of the adverse party. All parties 
shall be afforded the opportunity to examine 
all documents introduced. 

6. Closing of Hearing 

The hearing officer shall specifically inquire 
of all parties whether they have further evi- 
dence. Upon receiving negative replies, the 
hearing officer shall declare the hearing closed. 

7. Hearing in Absence of a Member 

The hearing may proceed in the absence of 
any party, who after it is shown has received 
due notice thereof, fails to be present or fails 
to request an adjournment. Adjournments may 
be requested of the hearing officer upon the re- 
quest of a party or upon the initiative of the 
hearing officer. However, a decision shall not 
be made solely upon the default of a party, 
but shall be based upon the evidence in the 
matter before the Board. 

8. Decision of Board 

The decision of the Board of Control shall be 
made within seven (7) days of the closing of 
the hearing. The decision shall be in writing, 
signed by the Executive Secretary and shall 
state the findings and conclusions of the 
Board. It shall be mailed to the appealing 
party by certified mail, return receipt re- 
quested. All decisions of the Board shall be 
final and nonappealable except as provided 
by these rules. 



By-Law Clarification 

K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 27, Section 2, states that 
in spring no member school shall engage in foot- 
Isall practice. Therefore, if your school is on the 
9-12 high school plan, your ninth grade is con- 
sidered a part of your high school and may not 
participate in spring football practice. 

Article III of the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution 
states that junior high schools shall not be eligible 
for membership of the Association and are not 
eligible for membership, junior high schools are 
not subject to the rules and regulations of the 
K.H.S.A.A. Therefore, the decision to conduct 
spring football practice at the junior high school 
level would be left up to the local school district. 

By-Law 5, Section 2, provides that pupils en- 
rolled in grade school may play on the high 
school team. If a grade school pupil participates 
on a high school team he then becomes subject to 
the rules and regulations of the K.H.S.A.A. There- 
fore, any grade school student who has participated 
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VOL. XXXIX— NO. 8 MARCH, 1977 Spring Meets 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Tentative dates have been set for the various 

Office ^f^p'^uL."oSMo=''E~Coo^er'Drf^°'=J?.'Tox 7502, spring meets and tournaments in fencing, rifle 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 marksmanship, baseball, track, gou, soccer and 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky tennis. They are as follows: 

Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provid- April 1-2, State Fencing Tournament 

ed for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized April 2, State Rifle Marksmanship 

May 3, 1926. April 15, Delegate Assembly Meets 

Editor ;^T2**=?Sci?? May 9, Regional GoU Tournaments 

kimllnt idlt'or' - ::::::--::::::-::-D-fANNl'H. Ilmil May 9-13 District Baseball Tournaments 

Assistant Editor _ __ __ LOUIS STOUT May 14, Regional Track Meets 

Assistant Editor ..__ BILLY V. WISE May 17-18, State GoLf Tournaments 

Lexington, Kei^ucky May 17-20, Regional Baseball Tournaments 

BOARD OF CONTROL j^ay 20-21, State Track Meets 

President °^°"^?,,^.^ ^a"er( 1974-1978) Louisville May 24-25, State GoH Tournament 

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Directors __ Denval Barriaer (1975-1979), Bowling Green; i^"^ ^ ,^'^^lVl'l.uai^ 

Jack Burkich (1976-1980), wTiitesburq; Eidon E. Davidson May 27-28, Regional Termis Tournaments 

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Joseph Mcpherson (1976-1980), Louisville; Norman Pass- •' CTri^ot T3n,,^A\ 

more (1976-1980), Lexington; Glendon Ravenscraft (1976- „ o ,-, '^^ ''^Jj "OUna; 

1979), Alexandria; Paul Trimble (1976-1980), paintsviiie. June 2-3, State Baseball Tournament 

Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education representative. (Semi-Finals and Finals) 

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Attention, Principals 

Under the requirements of K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 
28-3, head baseball coaches and registered baseball 
officials are required to attend at least one rules 
interpretation clinic. 

The schedule for the baseball clinics is given 
below. Principals of member schools sponsoring 
baseball teams should not allow their teams to 
begin their 1976 schedules unless there has been 
compliance with the rule mentioned., 



Clinic Schedule 

February 6 (2:30 P.M.) — County Board of Educa- 
tion, Newburg Rd,, Louisville 
February 13 (2:30 P.M.) — Henry Clay High 

School, Lexington 
February 20 (2:30 P.M.) — Holmes High School, 

Covington 
March 13 (2:00 P.M.) — L. T. Smith Stadium, 

Western Ky. Univ., Bowling Green 
March 28 (7:00 P.M.) — Somerset High School, 

Somerset 
March 29 (7:00 P.M.) — Middlesboro High School, 

Middlesboro 
March 30 (7:00 P.M.) — Hazard High School, 

Hazard 
March 31 (7:00 P.M.) — Johnson Central High 

School, Paintsviiie 
April 1 (7:00 P.M.) — Paul Blazer High School, 

Ashland 
April 4 (7:00 P.M.) — Campbellsville High School, 

Campbellsville 
April 5 (7:00 P.M.) — Hopkinsville High School, 

Hopkinsville 
April 6 (7:00 P.M.) - Paducah Tilghman High 

School, Paducah 
April 7 (7:00 P.M.) — Owensboro High School, 

Owensboro 
April 8 (7:00 P.M.) — Elizabethtown High School, 

Elizabethtown 



STATE WRESTLING TEAM RESULTS 

The Atherton High School, Louisville, was the 
site for the State Wresthng Tournament held on 
February 18-19, 1977. Orville Williams of the 
Seneca High School was manager and Mr. Gene 
Minton of the Atherton High School was assistant 
manager of the tournament. The team results are 
as follows: 

1. Woodford County, inVz; 2. Fern Creek, 70; 
3. Eastern, 57; 4. North Hardin, Union County, 
531/2; 6. Pleasure Ridge Park, 371/2; 7. Conner, 
361/2; 8. Caldwell County, 35; 9. Boone County, 
341/2; 10. Trinity, Waggener, 34; 12. Henry Clay, 
Jessamine County, 30; 14. Newport Catholic, 
261/2 ; 15. Doss, '251/2; 16. HopkinsviUe, 25; 17. 
Newport, 241/2; 18. Owensboro, 23; 19. Oldham 
County, Ft. Campbell 22; 21. Bowling Green, 17; 
22. Seneca, Webster County, 15; 24. Danville, 13; 
25. Simon Kenton, I21/2; 26. Jeffersontown, Cen- 
tral, 12; 28. St. Xavier, 9; 29. Tates Creek, ZVz; 
30. Lafayette, Henderson County, 6; 32. Stuart. 
West Hardin, 4; 34. Belfry, 21/2; 35. Ballard, Bryan 
Station, Franklin County, Valley, 2. 



GYMNASTICS RESULTS 

The Moore High School, Louisville, was the 
site for the Gymnastics competition held on March 
5, 1977. Patty Murrell and Jim Nance managed 
the girls and boys tournaments respectively. The 
results are as follows: 

Boys 

Team Finish: Tates Creek, 103.85; Henry Clay, 
96.55; Pendleton County, 87.25; Bryan Station, 78.4; 
Marion County, 71.35. 

Floor Exercise: J. Gilbert, Butler, 8.45; K. 
O'Brien, Lexington Caitholic, 8.4; J. Levy, Thomas 
Jefferson, 7.75. 

Side Horse: J. Gilbert, Butler, 6.75; J. Levy, 
Thomas Jefferson, 6.45; C. Smyser, Tates Creek, 6.0. 

Rings: J. Levy, Thomas Jefferson, 7.25; P. 
Howard, Lafayette, 6.35; D. Henry, Pendleton 
County, 6.25. 

Parallel Bars: J. Levy, Thomas Jefferson, 8.15; 
J. Gilbert, Butler, 7.6; T. Heniy, Pendleton Coun- 
ty, 6.5. 

Vault: J. Levy, Thomas Jefferson, 8.65; K. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1977 



Page Three 



O'Brien, Lexington Catholic, 7.55; D. Lacy, Tates 
Creek, 7.5. 

Horizontal Bar: J. Levy, Thomas Jefferson, 
8.65; J. Gilbert, Butler, 8.25; P. Howard, Lafayette, 
7.6. 

AU-Around: J. Levy, Thomas Jefferson, 46.6; 
K. O'Brien, Lexington Catholic, 39.15; P. Howard, 
Lafayette, 39.1; C. Smyser, Tates Creek, 37.0; G. 
Castle, Henry Clay, 36.65. 

Girls 

Team Finish: Sacred Heart, 88.7, Moore, 86.2; 
Woodford County, 84.15; Lafayette, 84.05. 

Vaulting: K. Maloney, Kammerer Middle, 9.0; 
C. Hodge, Waggener, 8.9; K. PoUtes, Henry Clay, 
8.35. 

Bars: R. Wilkerson, Paris, 8.65; C. Hodge, Wag- 
gener, 8.55; S. Anderson, Lafayette, 8.05. 

Floor Exercise: C. Hodge, Waggener, 8.85; K. 
Goode, Woodford County, 8.5; K. Maloney, Kam- 
merer Middle, 8.45. 

Beam: L. Thomas, Central, 8.65; R. Wilkerson, 
8.5; K. Baines, Presentation, 8.4. 

Ail-Around: C. Hodge, Waggener, 34.5; R. 
Wilkerson, Paris, 33.45; L. Thomas, Central, 32.5; 
K. Baines, Presentation, 32.1; K. Maloney, Kam- 
merer Middle — K. Goode, Woodford County, 31.3. 



RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP 

Rifle Marksmanship will be held at Seneca 
High School, Louisville, Kentucky. Starting time 
is to be at 8:00 A.M. on April 2, 1977. For infor- 
mation contact Mr. Richard A. Conrad who will 
manage the Meet. The following schools have in- 
dicated they will have rifle marksmanship: 

Atherton, Bourbon County, BowUng Green, 
Central, Eastern, Fern Creek, Greenup County, 
Jeffersontown, Lafayette, McLean County, Male, 
M.M.I. , Model, Owensboro, Paul G. Blazer, Seneca, 
Stuart, Thomas Jefferson, Valley. 



FENCING INFORMATION 

The State Fencing Meet will be held at Ath- 
erton High School, Louisville, Kentucky, on April 
2, 1977. 

Registration is at 9:30' A.M. Men's foil is at 
10:00 A.M., women's foil is at 10:30 A.M.; men's 
epee is at 12:30 P.M. and men's sabre is at 1:00 
P.M. The meet manager is W. G. Long, Jr. For 
more information contact Mr. Long at his home 
at 1515 Tyler Park Drive, Louisville 40204, or 
at Shawnee Middle School, 4007 Herman Street, 
Louisville 40212, phone 502-778-3372. 



ATTENTION! 
By-Law Clarification 

(Continued from Page One) 

in athletics at the high school level could not 
participate in spring football practice on the junior 
high school level. 

For the purpose of enforcing this rule, practice 
is defined as any organized activity connected 
with football in which one or more members of 
the squad participates under the direct super- 
vision of a coach or any individual representing 
a coach. 

The following is a proposed high school winter 
physical conditioning program: 

I. Open to all students: Sophomores, juniors, 
seniors — Monday, Wednesday, Friday 
Freshmen — Tuesday, Thursday 

Supervised by representatives from the coach- 
ing staff. 

II. A. Total of thirty minutes: 

1. Quickness drills — warm-up exercises 

2. Grass Drill — run in place and on the 

whistle jump to your back or fall on 
your stomach 

3. Money Rolls — three man roll on the 

mat 

4. Bear Run — run on all fours length 

of mat 

5. Whirly Birds — turn in full circle on 

mat two times 

6. Seat Roll — drop on your seat and roll 

7. Running Drills — run from one end of 

mat to other 

8. Wrestling — two people wrestle for two 

20 second periods staying on the mat 
— knees down at all times 

9. Quickness Drills — same as number 1 

111. B. Thirty minutes: 

Weight room exercises 



ATTENTION, BASEBALL OFFICIALS 

Part II of the National Federation baseball 
examination will be given all over Kentucky on 
Monday, April 11, to officials who wish to work 
for the Approved and Certified ratings. If you 
wish to take the National Federation test, let us 
know about two weeks before the above date and 
also to whom you want the test sent. This person 
should be a principal or coach in your area. 



The Image of Your Association 

NOTE: This article was written by Marv Helling, 
Associate Executive Director of the Minnesota 
State High School League. It is reprinted in the 
"Athlete" because it is believed this message 
should be presented to the administrators and 
coaches of member schools in each state high 
school activities association. 

At no time during the life of the Association 
has its image undergone greater public scrutiny. 
We are in a period when critics and highly or- 
ganized special interest groups are doing every- 
thing they can do to undermine the ideals and 
standards of our programs. In pursuit of their 
personal interests they whittle and attack eligi- 
bility rules and rules for activities as well as 
directing personal affronts to the men and women 
who coach, direct, manage and administer our 
entire Association program. They disregard propei 
channels and regular procedures for orderlj 
change. They use courts, influence the news media 
and pressure legislators to achieve their ends 
Such individuals and special interest groups shov 
little concern as to how their actions affect th 
total educational program. 

Our image is created by what we think, b 
what we say, by what we write and by what v 
do. This is how others see us. 

The promotion of the ideal image requi) 
from each of us the responsibility to enhance, j 
hinder, our program. In this total environm 
each one of us is either a part of the problen 
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1977 BASEBALL SCHOOLS 

Region I 

District 1 — Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah Tilgh- 
man, Reidland 

District 2 — Lowes, Farmington, Mayfield, 
Fancy Farm 

District 3 — Ballard Memorial, Carlisle Coun- 
ty, Fulton County, Hickman County 

Region II 

District 4 — Christian County, Ft. Campbell, 
Hopkinsville 

District 5 — Caldwell County, Crittenden 
County, Livingston Central 

District 6 — Marshall County, Calloway Coun- 
ty, Murray 

Region III 

District 7 — Henderson County, Providence, 
Union County, Webster County 

District 8 — Dawson Springs, MadisonviUe-N. 
Hopkins, McLean County, South Hopkins, West 
Hopkins 

District 9 — Apollo, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic 

Region IV 

District 10 — Bremen, Central City, Drakes- 
boro, Graham, Greenville, Hughes Kirk, Muhlen- 
berg Central 

District 11 — Breckinridge County, Fordsville, 
Hancock County, Ohio County, St. Romuald, 
Frederick Fraize, Trinity 

District 12 — Butler County, Grayson County, 
Edmonson County 

Region V 

District 13 — Bowling Green, Frankhn Simp- 
son, Warren Central 

District 14 — Adairville, Auburn, Chandlers 
Chapel, Olmstead, Russellville, Todd County 
Central 

District 15 — AUen County, Barren County, 
Glasgow 

District 16 — Clinton County, Cumberland 
County, Gamaliel, Metcalfe County, Tompkinsville 

Region VI 

District 17 — East Hardin, EUzabethtown, Ft. 
Knox. Meade County, North Hardin, West Hardin 

District 18 — Adair County, Campbellsville, 
Marion Countv, Taylor County 

District 19 — Bardstown, Bethlehem, Bullitt 
Central. Nelson County, N. Bullitt 

District 20 — Caverna. Green County, Hart 
County, Larue County 

Region VII 

District 21 — Bishop David, Butler, Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Western 

District 22 — DeSales, Iroquois, Southern, 
Thomas Jefferson 

District 23 — Durrett. Fern Creek, Jefferson- 
town, Marion C, Moore 

District 24 — Central, Portland Christian, 
Evangel 

Region VIII 

District 25 — Ahrens, DuPont Manual, Male, 
St. Xavier 

District 26 — Ballard, Eastern, Waggener, 
Westport 

District 27 — Doss, Fairdale, Jesse Stuart, 
Valley 

District 28 — Atherton, Ky. Country Day, 
Seneca, Trinity 



Region IX 

District 29 — Boone County, Conner, Dixie 
Heights, Lloyd Memorial, St. Henry, Simon Kenton 

District 30 — Bellevue, Dayton, Newport, New- 
port Catholic 

District 31 — Bishop Brossart, Campbell Coun- 
ty, Highlands, Silver Grove 

District 32 — Beechwood, Covington Catholic, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Ludlow 

Region X 

District 33 — Grant County, Pendleton Coun- 
ty, Walton Verona, Deming 

District 34 — CarroU County, Eminence, Gal- 
latin County, Owen County, Trimble County 

District 35 — Augusta, Bracken County, Flem- 
ing County, Maysville, St. Patrick, Tollesboro 

Region XI 

District 36 — Frankfort, Franklin County, 
Scott County 

District 37 — Bourbon County, Harrison 
County, MiUersburg Mil. Inst., Nicholas County, 
Paris 

District 38 — Oldham County, Shelby County, 
Taylorsville 

District 39 — Anderson County, Harrodsburg, 
Mercer County 

Region XII 

District 40 — Bryan Station, Henry Clay, 
Lafayette, Sayre, Tates Creek, Lexington Catholic 

District 41 — Boyle County, Danville, Gcurard 
County, Jessamine County 

District 42 — Casey County, Lincoln County, 
Russell County 

District 43 — Berea, Estill County, Madison, 
Madison Central, Model 

Region XIII 

District 44 — Burnside, Nancy, Pulaski Coun- 
ty, Somerset 

District 45 — McCreary County, Monticello, 
Wayne County, Pine Knot 

District 46 — Clay County, Jackson County, 
Laurel County, Oneida Institute, Rockcastle Coun- 
ty 

District 47 — Barbourville, BeU County, Cor- 
bin. Lone Jack, Lynn Camp, Middlesboro, Pine- 
ville, Knox Central 

Region XIV 

District 48 — Breathitt County, Knott County, 
Fleming Neon, Jenkins, Riverside Christian 

District 49 — Buckhorn, Leslie County, M. C. 
Napier 

District 50 — Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan, 
Lynch 

District 51 — Hazel Green, Lee County, Ows- 
ley County, Powell County, Jackson 

Region XV 

District 52 — Boyd County, Holy Family, 
Louisa, Paul Blazer 

District 53 — Greenup County, Fairview, 
Raceland, Russell 

District 54 — George R. Clark, Menifee Coun- 
ty, Bath County 

District 55 — East Carter, Rowan County, 
University Breckinridge, West Carter, Elliott 
County 

Region XVI 

District 56 — Belfry, Elkhom City, Johns 
Creek 

District 57 — Johnson Central, Morgan Coun- 
ty, Magoffin County, Paintsville 

District 58 — Betsy Layne, McDowell, AUen 
Central, Prestonsburg 

District 59 — Dorton, Millard, MulUns, Pike- 
ville, Virgie 



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GOLF REGIONS FOR BOYS 

Paducah Region — Ballard Memorial, Cald- 
well County, Calloway County, Christian County, 
Ft. Campbell, Fulton, Hickman County, Hopkins- 
ville. Lone Oak, Marshall County, Mayfield, 
Murray, Paducah Tilghman. St. Mai-y, Todd Cen- 
tral, Trigg County. 

Owensboro Region — Apollo, Breckinridge Coun- 
ty, Central City, Crittenden County, Daviess 
County, Greenville, Hancock County. Henderson, 
Henderson County, MadisonvUle-North Hopkins, 
Meade County, Ohio County, Owensboro, Owens- 
boro Catholic. 

Park Mammoth Region — Allen County. Bar- 
ren County, Bowling Green, BuDitt Centra], Ca- 
vema, Clinton County, East Hardin, Edmonson 
County, Elizabethtown, Ft. Knox, FrankUn-Simp- 
son, Gamaliel, Glasgow, Hart County, LaRue 
County, North Bullitt, North Hardin, Russellville, 
Tompkinsville. 

West Jefferson Region — Ahrens, Beth Haven, 
Bishop David, Butler, DeSales, Doss Fairdale, Iro- 
quois, Moore, Pleasiu-e Ridge Park, Shawnee, 
Southern, Stuart, Thomas Jefferson, VaUey, West- 
em. 

East Jefferson Region — Atherton, BaUard, 
duPont Manual, Durrett, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Ky. Country Day, Male, St. Xavier, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Westport. 

Covington Region — Beechwood, Boone Coun- 
ty, Carroll County, Conner, Covington Catholic, 
Covington Latin, Dixie Heights, Gallatin County, 
Holmes, Holy Cross. Lloyd Memorial, Ludlow, 
Owen County, St. Henry, Simon Kenton, Trimble 
County, Walton- Verona. 

Campbell County — Bellevue, Bishop Bros- 
sart, Campbell County, Dayton, Fleming County, 
Grant County, Highlands, Lewis County, Mason 
County, Maysville, Newport Catholic, Pendleton 
County, St. Patrick. St. Thomas, Silver Grove, 
Willi amstown. 

Scott County Region — Bourbon County, 
Brysin Station, Frankfort, Franklin County, George 
Rogers Clark, Harrison County, Henry Clay, Henrj' 
County, Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Montgom- 
ery County, Nicholas County, Oldham County. 
Paris, Sayre. Scott County, Shelby County, Tates 
Creek, Woodford County. 

Greensburg Region — Adair County, Ander- 
son County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle County, 
Burgin, CampbeUsville. Casey County, Danville, 
Garrard County, Green County, Harrodsburg. Jes- 
samine County, Lincoln County, Marion County, 
Mercer County, Nelson County, Russell County, 
Taylor County, Washington County. 

London Region — Berea, Corbin, Estill Coun- 
ty. Evarts, Harlan. Cawood. Laurel County, Lee 
County, Lynch, McCreary County, Madison Cen- 
tral, Model, Monticello, Pineville. Somerset, Wil- 
liamsburg. 

Paintsville Region — Belfry, Betsy Layne, 
Boyd County, Elkhorn City, Fairview. Greenup 
County. Hazard. Holy Family, Johnson Central, 
Paintsville. Paul Blazer, Phelps, PikevUle, Pres- 
tonsburg, Raceland, Russell. Salyersville, Univer- 
sity Breckinridge. 



GOLF REGIONS FOR GIRLS 

Princeton Region — Ballard Memorial, Cald 
well County, Calloway County, Central City, Crit- 
tenden County, Greenville, Henderson County, 
HopkinsviUe, Lone Oak, Mad.-North Hopkins, Mur- 
ray, Ohio ounty, Owensboro. St. Mary, Union 
Coimty. 



Bowling Green Region — Allen County, Apol- 
lo, BowUng Green, Caverna, Daviess County, Ed- 
monson County, Gamaliel, Glasgow, Hancock 
County, ^art County. TompkinsviUe. 

Louisville Region — Atherton, Ballard, Doss, 
Eastern, Iroquois, Ky. Country Day, Collegiate, 
Male, Pleasure Ridge, Sacred Heart, Shawnee, 
Southern, Waggener, 

Greensburg Region — Adair County, Bards- 
town, Bethlehem, Boyle County, Bullitt Central, 
CampbellsviUe, DanvUle, EUzabethtown, Green 
County, Meade County, Mercer County, Nelson 
County, North Hardin, Taylor County, Washing- 
ton County. 

Oldham Region — Boone County, Campbell 
County, Dixie Heights, Lloyd Memorial, Oldham 
County, Owen County, ViUa-Madonna Aca., Wil- 
liamstown, Notre Dame. 

Shelbyville Region — Bryan Station, Estill 
County, FVankfort, Franklin County, George Rog- 
ers Clark, Lafayette, Jessamine County, Scott 
County, Shelby County, Tates Creek, Woodford 
County. 

Corbin Region — Berea, Corbin, Garrard 
County, Harlan, Cawood, Laurel County, Lee 
County, Lincoln County, Madison Central, Model, 
RusseU County, Somerset. 

Mason County Region — Fleming County, 
Harrison County, Johnson Central, Mason County, 
Maysville, Montgomery County, Nicholas County, 
Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Prestonsburg, St. Patrick. 

ATTENTION TRACK COACHES 

The Board of Control now requires that an 
individual or a relay team must have competed 
in at least four meets on a team representing a 
member school during the regular season to be 
eligible to participate in the regional track meet. 

Only the following events shall constitute 
regional meets: (Boys) 120 yard-hurdles, 100 Yard 
Dash, 180 Yard Hurdles, Two-Mile Run, 880 Yard 
Run, 220 Yard Dash, One-Mile Run, Half-Mile 
Relay, 440 Yard Dash, Mile Relay, Shot, Pole 
Vault, Discus, High Jump, Running Long Jump, 
Triple Jump; (Girls) 60 Yard Hurdles, 880 Yard 
Run, 440 Yard Run, 100 Yard Dash, Mile Relay, 
220 Yard Dash, 110 Yard Hurdle, 440 Yard Relay, 
880 Medley Relay, 880 Yard Relay, One Mile 
Run, High Jump, Shot, Long Jump and Discus. 

Track regulations adopted by the Board of 
Control provide that the state shall be divided 
into classes and regions by the Commissioner who 
will assign the schools to the regional sites. If you 
plan to have a team and your school is not listed 
below please contact the K.H.S.A.A. for assign- 
ment to a region. The 1977 assignments are as 
follows: 

TRACK — CLASS A GIRLS 

Ft. Campbell Region — BaUard Memorial, 
Carlisle County, Crittenden County, Fort Camp- 
bell, Fulton City, Heath, Hickman County. Murray, 
Providence, St. Mary, Trigg County. University 
Heights, Webster County, West Hopkins 

Bowling Green Region — Allen (bounty. Au- 
burn, Butler County, Edmonson County, Frederick 
Frsiize, Gamaliel. Hancock County, Lewisburg, Mc- 
Lean County. Mt. St. Joseph, Russell County, 
Russellville. Todd County, Tomkinsville 

Greensburg Region — Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
CampbeUsville, Cavema, Clinton County, Evangel. 
Green County, Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky 
School for the Blind, Metcalfe County, North 
Bullitt Portland Christian, Washington County, 
West Hardin 

Newport Region — Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop 



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Brossart, Carroll County, Dayton, Henry County, 
Holy Cross, LaSalette, Ludlow, Owen County, St. 
Henry, Villa Madonna 

Lexington Region — Anderson County, Berea, 
Burgin, Frankfort, Harrodsburg, Lexington Catho- 
lic, Madison County, Mercer County, Model, Paris, 
Sayre 

Hazard Region — Evarts, Fleming Neon, Har- 
lan, Hazard, Jenkins, Lee County, Lynch, M. C. 
Napier, PaintsviUe, Phelps, Riverside Christian, 
Virgie, Wheelright 

Somerset Region — Boyle County, Corbin, 
Kentucky School for the Deaf, Monticello, Pine- 
ville, St. Camillus, Somerset, Williamsburg 

Morehead Region — Bath County, EUiott 
County, Fairview, Fleming County, Hazel Green, 
Holy Family, Lewis County, Menifee County, 
Nicholas County, Pikeville, Raceland, Rowan 
County 

TRACK — CLASS AA GIRLS 

Paducah Region — Calloway County, Chris- 
tiem. County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Marshall 
County, Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland 

Henderson County Region — ApoUo, Daviess 
County, Henderson County, MadisonviUe-North 
Hopkins, Ohio County, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic, Union County 

Bowhng Green Region — Adair County, Bar- 
ren County, Bowhng Green, Franklin-Simpson, 
Glasgow, LaRue County, Taylor County, Warren 
Central, Warren East 

Bullitt Central Region — Breckinridge Coun- 
ty, BuUitt Central, East Hardin, Ehzabethtown, 
Ft. Knox, Grayson County, Marion County, Meade 
County, Nelson County, North Hardin, Oldham 
County, Shelby County 

Newport Region — Boone County, Campbell 
County, Conner, Dixie Heights, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Notre Dame, Simon Kenton 

Lexington Region — Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Franklin County, Harrison County, Henry 
Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, Scott County, 
Tates Creek, Woodford County 

Richmond Region — Cawood, Clark County, 
Clay County, Danville, Knott County, Knox Cen- 
tral, Lincoln County, Madison Central, Pulaski 
County, Whitesburg, Whitley County 

Morehead Region — Belfry, Boyd County, 
East Carter, Greenup County, Johnson Central, 
Louisa, Mason County, Paul Blazer, Russell 

TRACK — CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Male Region — Ahrens, Angela Merici, Butler, 
Central, Male, Manual, Shawnee, Presentation 

St. Xavier Region — Atherton, Durrett, Hob- 
Rosary, Moore, Sacred Heart, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson 

Stuart Region — Beth Haven, Doss, Fairdale, 
Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, 
Western 

Ballard Region — Assumption, Ballard, East- 
ern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Mercy Academy, 
Seneca, Waggener, West Point 

TRACK — CLASS A BOYS 

Fort Campbell Region — Ballard Memorial, 
Carlisle County, Crittenden County, Fort Camp- 
bell, Fulton, Heath, Hickman County, Murray 
Providence, South Hopkins, St. Mary, Trigg Coun- 
ty, Umversity Heights, Webster County, West 
Hopkins 

Bowhng Green Region — Butler County, Ed- 
monson County, Gamaliel, Hancock County, 
Lewisburg, McLean County, RussellviUe, Todd 



County Central, TompkinsviUe 

Greensburg Region — Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Campbellsville, Caverna, Evangel, Green County, 
Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky School f/t 
Blind, Metcalfe County, North BuUitt, Portland 
Christian, Washington County, West Hardin 

Newport Region — Augusta, BeUevue, Bishop 
Brossart, Carroll County, Covington Latin, Day- 
ton, Grant County, Henry County, Holy Cross, 
Ludlow, Owen County, St. Henry 

Lexington Region — Anderson County, Bur- 
gin, Frankfort, Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, 
Jackson County, Mercer County, Madison, Model, 
Paris, Sayre 

Hazard Region — Buckhorn, Evarts, Fleming 
Neon, Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, Lee County, M. C. 
Napier, Oneida, PaintsviUe, Phelps, Riverside 
Christian, Virgie, Wheelwright Lynch 

Somerset Region — BeU County, Berea, Cor- 
bin, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, MonticeUo, Pine- 
viUe, St. CamiUus, Somerset, WiUiamsburg 

Morehead Region — Bath County, Elkhorn 
City, Elhott County, Fairview, Fleming County, 
Hazel Green, Johns Creek, Lewis County, Louisa, 
Magoffin County, Menifee County, MuUins, Nicho- 
las County, Pikeville, Raceland, Rowan County 



TRACK 



CLASS AA BOYS 



Paducah Region — Calloway County, Chris- 
tian County, HopkinsviUe, Lone Oak, Marshall 
County, Mayfield, Reidland, Paducah TUghmcin 

Henderson County Region — ApoUo, Daviess 
County, Henderson County, MadisonviUe, North 
Hopkins, Ohio County, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic, Union County 

Bowhng Green Region — AUen County, Adair 
County, Barren County, Bowling Green, Franklin 
Simpson, Glasgow, LaRue County, Taylor County, 
Warren Central, Warren East 

Bullitt Central Region — Breckinridge Coun- 
ty, BuUitt Central, East Hardin, EUzabethtown, 
Grayson County, Fort Knox, Marion County, 
Meade County, North Hardin, Oldham County, 
Shelby County, Nelson County 

Newport Region — Boone County, Campbell 
County, Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, 
Highlands, Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Newport CathoUc, Simon Kenton 

Lexington Region — Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, FrankUn County, Harrison County, Henry 
Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, Scott County, 
Tates Creek, Woodford County 

Richmond Region — Boyle County, Clark 
County, Clay County, DanviUe, Cawood, Garrard 
County, Knott County, Knox General, Laurel 
County, LesUe County, Lincoln County, Madison 
Central, Middlesboro, Pulaski County, Whitesburg, 
Whitley County 

Morehead Region — Belfry, Boyd County, 
East Carter, Greenup County, Johnson Central, 
Mason County, Montgomery County, Paul Blazer, 
Russell 



CLASS AAA BOYS 

Butler, Central, DuPont Man- 



TRACK- 

Male Region 
ual, Male, Shawnee 

St. Xavier Region — Atherton, DeSales, Dur- 
rett, Moore, St. Xavier, Southern, Thomas Jef- 
ferson 

Stuart Region — Beth Haven, Bishop David, 
Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Stuart, Valley, Western 

Ballard Region — BaUard, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, 
Westport 



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TENNIS FOR GIRLS 

Murray Region — Caldwell County, Christian 
County, Fort Campbell, Henderson, Henderson 
County, Hopkinsville, McLean County, Madison- 
ville-North Hopkins, Mayfield, Marshall County, 
Murray, Paducah Tilghman, St. Mary, Union 
County 

Bowling Green Region — Auburn, Bowhng 
Green, Campbellsville, Cavema, FrankUn-Simp- 
son, Glasgow, Green County, Lewisburg, Metcalfe 
County, Russellville, Tompkinsville 

Elizabethtown Region — Apollo, Bardstown, 
Breckinridge County, Butler County, Daviess 
County, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Greenville, 
LaRue County, Marion County, Meade County, 
North Hardin, Ohio County, Owensboro, Shelby 
County, Taylor County 

East Jefferson Region — Assumption, Ballard, 
Durrett. Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Louisville CoUegiate, Marion C. Moore, Mercy 
Academy, Sacred Heart, Seneca, Waggener, West- 
port 

West Jefferson Region — Angela Merici, But- 
ler, Doss, Holy Rosary, Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Presentation Academy, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson, Valley, Western 

Central Jefferson Region — Atherton, Male, 
Manual, Ky. Country Day. Central, Shawnee 

Ft. Thomas Region — Beechwood, Bellevue, 
Boone County, Campbell County, Carroll County, 
Conner, Gallatin County, Henry County, High- 
lands, Holy Cross, LaSalette, Newport, Notre 
Dame, Oldham County, Our Lady of Providence, 
St. Henry, ViUa Madonna 

Lexington Region — Anderson County, Bour- 
bon County, Bryan Station. Frankfort, FrankUn 
County, Harrison County, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Mason County, Paris, Sayre, 
Scott County, Tates Creek, Woodford County 

Richmond Region — Berea, Boyle County, 
Danville, George R. Clark, Harrodsburg, James A. 
Cawood, Garrard County, Madison Central, Mid- 
dlesboro. Model, Nicholas County, Oneida Insti- 
tute, Pulaski County, Somerset 

Ashland Region — Hazard, McDowell, Mont- 
gomery County, Mt. Sterling, Paintsville, Paul G. 
Blazer, Russell, University Breckinridge 



TENNIS FOR BOYS 

Murray Region — Caldwell County, Christian 
County, Ft. Campbell, Henderson, Henderson 
County, Hopkinsville. Lone Oak, McLean County, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall County, 
Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, St. Mary, 
Union County, Webster County 

Bowling Green Region — Auburn, Bowling 
Green, Campbellsville, Caverna, Franklin-Simp- 
son, Glasgow, Green County, Lewisburg, Metcalfe 
County, Russellville, Taylor County, Tompkinsville 

Ehzabethtown Region — Apollo, Bardstown, 
Breckinridge County, Butler County, Daviess 
County, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Greenville, La- 
Rue County, Marion County, Meade County, North 
Hardin, Ohio County, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic, Shelby County 

West Jefferson Region — Bishop David, But- 
ler, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, Pleasure 
Ridge Park Southern, Stuart, Thomas Jefferson, 
Valley, Western 

East Jefferson Region — Ahrens, Ballard, 
Durett, duPont Manual, Eastern. Fern Creek, Jef- 
fersontown, Moore, Seneca, St. Xavier, Waggener, 
Westport 



Central Jefferson Region — Atherton, Trinity, 
Male, Manual, Ky. Country Day, Central, Shawnee 

Ft. Thomas Region — Beechwood, Bellevue, 
Boone County, Campbell County, Carroll County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Gal- 
latin County, Henry County, Highlands, HolmeSj 
Holy Cross, Lloyd, Newport, Newport Catholic, 
Oldham County, St. Henry 

Lexington Region — Anderson County, Bour- 
bon County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin 
County, Harrison County, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Mason County, Maysville, 
Millersburg Military Institute, Paris, Sayre, Scott 
County, Tates Creek, Woodford County 

Richmond Region — Berea, Boyle County, 
Danville, Garrard County, George R. Clark, Har- 
rodsburg, Hazard, James A. Cawood, Madison 
Central, Middlesboro, Model, Nicholas County, 
Oneida Institute, Phelps, Pineville, Pulaski Coun- 
ty, Somerset 

Ashland Region — Boyd County, Hazard, Mc- 
Dowell, Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Paints- 
ville, Paul G. Blazer, Russell, University Breckin- 
ridge 



RATINGS ON FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

The following ratings were received on foot- 
ball officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. during 
1976-1977. 

WESTERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Lowe S.-94.6; Waide, H.-92; Mooneyhant, J.- 
91.7; Quehl, B.-89.8; Hillyer, C.-88.9; Cornwell, J.- 
88.6; McGinty, L.-86.6; Mick P.-86.5; Bernardini, 
B.-86.5; Perrin, J.-85.8; Eubanks, B.-84.1; Gulp, 
W.-83.7; Allen, A.-83.6; Thomas, R.-83.0; Gober, 
J.-82.6; Saylors, C.-81.9; Ledford, T.-81.7; Thomas, 
L.-81.5; Hawkins, B.-80.9; Walker, J.-80.6; Hender- 
son, C.-79.6; Carr, B.-79.3; Colley, L.-79.1; Austin, 
T.-78.3; Cornwell, B.-77.8; Wedge, D.-77.6; Leneav- 
er, R.-77.3; Norwood, T.-76.5; Meador, W.-76.3; 
Pate, L.-75.2; Lile, C.-75.9; Humble, M.-72.6; Schil- 
ling, D.-72.5; Johnson, H.-71. ; Tuetele, M.-71.0; 
Wilson, N.- 9.5; Thornton, D.-63.8; Trens, J.-57.4; 
Hendon, L.-57.0; Shelton, J. -55.5; Nickell, D.-53.9; 
Huffine, G.-44.6; Shelley, H.-39.0 

MID-KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Milton, Kresse-97.3; Rogers, Rufus-97.0; 
Brauch, Charles-96.4; Hawkins, Don-95.7; McClure, 
Tom-95.4; Harris, Dave-95.2; Roberts, James-94.3; 
Strain, Richard-94.1; Lynch, Lester-93.5; Whitehead, 
Chris-93.1; Morse, Richard-92.3; Down, Joe-91.6; 
McKinney, Adelle-91.6; Bottles, Don-91.4; Harris, 
James-90.3; Liberater, Same-90.1; McCamish-90.1; 
Bauman, Cease-90.0; Ewing, Roger-89.6; Morton, 
Jim-88.6; Bryon, Corbitt-88.3; Bewley, Harry-87.6; 
Purwin, John-87.3; Crutcher, Paul-87.2; Aldridge, 
James-86.9; Crutcher, David-86.4; Arflin, Tracy- 
86.2; Miles, Ralph-85.2; Barney, Greg-85.2; Winfrey, 
Steve-85.1; Trabue, Dave-85.0; Spratling, Obie-84.6; 
Stewart, Ph!l-84.6; Fraley, Charley-84.2; Crutcher, 
John-84.1; Poulos, Nick-83.7; Bogue, Ron-83.7; 
Stout, Charles-83.3; Palas, Steve-82.1; Tyson, 
Daniel-80.6; Biecher, Dwight-80.4; Howell, Ed-77.2; 
Stikeleather, Clyde-76.3; Evans, Tom-73.1; Roby, 
Jim-72.6; Settles. Bill-72.1; Vaughan, Jim-72.0; 
Janes, Charles-71.2; Johnson, Ned-70.6; Miller, Mil- 
ton-70.5; Newton, Joe-70.3; Beck, Phil-70.2; Hub- 
bard, Doug-70.1; Hines, Dick-70.1; Duggins, Denny- 
68.3; Skaggs, Bill-66.2; Puckett, Robert-65.4; Hoi- 



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land, Bon-62.3; Murphy, Joseph-56.2 

KENTUCKIANA CONFERENCE 

Gentry, Dale-91; Leahy, Pat-91; Mintz, John- 
90; Schmitt, Paul-9U; Weber, Tom-90; Washer, Jim- 
89; Metzger, Don-88; Treibly, Chuck-88; Dewees, 
Bill-87; Jeffries, Dave-87; Jones, Paul-87; Parker, 
Bob-87; Merker, George-86; Spath, Bill-86; Denton, 
Bill-85; Graas, Fritz-85; Hedge, Dave-a5; Klusman, 
Carl-85; Kraft, Nelhs-85; Greenwell, Bob-84; So- 
han, John-84; Stuedle, Ray-84; Howard, Turley-84; 
Fenimore, Clarke-83; McHingly, Pete-83; Passa- 
fiome, John-83; Shreve, Time-83; Streicher, Rich- 
83; Wilbert, Don-83; Bell, Clarence-82; Frynear, 
Bill-82; Mayer, Ed-82; Osting, Jim-82; Furlong, 
Bill-81; Jenson. Ed-81; Lenz, Jim-81; Timmering, 
George-81; Wilson, James-81; Bell, Ronald-8U; 
Hunter, James-80; McNay, Jini-80; Meiman, John- 
80; Sumner, Carl-80; Griffin, Lynn-79; Horsman, 
BiU-79; Lambert, lrv-79; Montgomery, Dave-78; 
NelUgan, Mike-78; Hayden, Jack-77; Kammerdien- 
er, Ron-77; Thomas, Jim-77; VanBoggert, Steve- 
77; Cowan, Bob-76; Allgood, Dave-74; Gutterman, 
Jim-74; Hockrett, Wilbur-74; Frankel, Lou-73; Ly- 
ons, Ron-73; Holzkneuht, Tom-72; Allen, Jim-71 
Baldwin, Dennis-71; Coleman, Louis-71; Parks, 
Charles-71; Roberts, Tom-71; Tharpe, WiUie-71 
Colhns, Charles-70; Doyle, Danny-70; Simms 
Randy-70; Small, Dave-69; Breeding, Joe-68 
Hagan, Mike-68; Rose, Bob-68; Lange, Bill-68; Sel 
linger, Bob-68; Lillie, Wes-67; Evans, Willis-65 
Riggs, Dennis-65; Ruggman, G. F.-64; Jecker 
Richard-62; Pugh, Roy-62; DeSense, Chick-61; Wu 
entz, John-61; Midden, Terry-60; Helton, Les-59 
Emmons, Guy-58; Bickel, Frank-57; Chne, Nick- 
57; Ishmael, Steve-57; Kaufman, Al-57; Maloney, 
Pat-57; Cargill, Thomas-56; Faust, Jack-56; Brum- 
mett, Don-54; Downs, Gil-54; Miles, Ralph-53; 
Haddad, Fred-52; Cecil, Ron-47; Holthouser, Rich- 
ard-47; Brown, Martin-45: Finck, Dennis-45; Mar- 
dis, Bill-45; Wright, Jack-45; Spurrier, Jack-44; 
Dervelle, Ken-43; Hartlage, Larry-43; Hauber, 
Leo-43; Jotz, Gerald-43; Mayer, Jack-43; Btuler, 
Denver-41; Cole, Bob-41; Collins, Steve-41; Fried- 
man, Charles-41; Burris, Lee Roy-39; Hauber, 
John-38; Trice, Victor-38; Elder, Gary-26; Farmer, 
Donnie-25; Stovall, Kenneth-23: Coffman, Steve- 
12; Crider, Ray-0 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Drake, Dick-91.0; Moore, Bob-87.3; Urlage, 
Dick-86.8; Peeno, Harry-86.6; Thompson, Neil-86.4; 
Read, Rick-86.3; Collins, Ron-86.2; Vaughn, Bill- 
85.4; Gelbke, Gil-85.4; Simms, Clarence-84.6; Trapp, 
Chuck-83.0; Carr, Larry-82.5; Wright, Howard- 
82.5; Moore, Bud-81.8; Stutler, Joe-81.2; Kemen, 
Jerry-80.1; Cook, Dick-79.6; Morris, Doc-79.0; Wells, 
Glenn-78.4; Conlin, Marty-78.3; Hoffman, Tom- 
78.1; Kammerer, Ken-78.0; Seavers, Joe-77.4; Ly- 
kins, Jim-77.2; Bond, Terry-76.7; Miller, Frank- 
75.1: Sesher, Jim-74.6; Thompson, Tom-74.2; Fuchs, 
Charles "Donuts"-74.0; Blackford, Robert-73.3; 
Purcell, Mike-71.6; Modrell, Garry-69.1; Keller, 
Terry-67.4; Towe, Paul-66.6; McMain, James-64.4; 
Zimmer, Tom-61.0; Hicks, Jack-57.5; Meyer, Rick- 
.56.5; Wulfeck, Jim-56.0; Mang, Berry Jr.-55.7; 
Lloyd, David-53.8; Sandfoss, Mike-53.3; Kammerer, 
Larry-46,5 

CENTRAL KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Lusby, G.-98.0; Hall. C.-94.8; Flynn, B.-94.8; 
Pace, D.-94.2; Tate, K.-94.0; Bramble, J.-93.8; Cur- 
rent, R.-93.5; Clemmons, S.-93.3; Swinford, J. -93.0; 
Moody, B.-92.8; Elovitz, C.-91.8; South, S.-91.3; 
Clark, J.-91.1; Brown, H.-91.0; Craft, A.-90.2; 
Wright, J. -90.0; Barnott, J. -90.0; Stephenson, H.- 
89.8; Linkes, C.-89.8; Satterly, G.-89.6; Fish, G.-89.1; 
Gfell, G.-88.8; Pugh, B.-88.7; McCormick, D.-88.4; 
Fay, J.-88.2; Noland, D.-88.2; Gettler, J. -88.0; Scott, 



B.-88.0; Rawdon, R.-88.0; Gastineau, J.-87.9; Gib- 
son, R.-87.6; HeUman, J. -87.0; Barbour, R.-86.6 
Current, R.-86.5; Chasteen, E.-86.4; Palko, E.-86.4 
Ring, B.-86.3; Wood, W.-85.8; McFadden, J. -85.3 
Day, R.-85.3; Watson, J.-85.3; Wright, D.-85.2; Stan- 
ley, J.-85.0; Cutter, C.-84.9; Easterly, T.-84.3; Bat- 
terton, K.-84.3; Pittman, S.-83.8; Dickens, B.-83.6; 
Thompson, H.-83.1; Ransdell, J.-82.3; Turner, C- 
82.2; Straus, B.-82.0; Jacoby, B.-82.0; Duff, W.- 
81.6; Kinnard, B.-81.1; Wyatt, H.-81.1; Paxton, G.- 
80.8; Dempsey, G.-79.0; Reece, J.-78.6; Yates, G.- 
78.4; Paris, L.-78.1; Ewen, G.-77.8; Foster, B.-77.7; 
Ammerman, B.-76.6; Vest, D.-76.4; Burris, R.-76.0; 
Smith, R.-75.7; Daopoulous, J. 75.6; Hadden, N.- 
75.3; Brown, J.-75.0; Epperson, J.-74.9; Mason, L.- 
74.6; Mason, W.-74.5; McClure, J.-74.2; Lawson, 
L.-74.1; Wanchic, N.-73.7; Osborne, T.-73.7; Ken- 
nedy, J.-73.7; Clarke, 0.-73.6; Mifflin, C.-73.0; Eas- 
ley,' D.-72.4; Talbot, B.-72.2; McCray, C.-71.2; Mor- 
gan, C.-70.0; Bozarth. P.-68.5; Reeves, C.-68.3; Wal- 
ler, B.-66.8; Stephenson, E.-66.5; Dyehouse, J.-64.7; 
Hunt, L.-63.0; Rouse, T.-61.5; Gorham, B.-61.2; 
Eldridge, W.-59.9; Watson, F.-59.2 

THIRTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Allison, Roy-92; Ward, Tommy-92; Pietrowski, 
Paul-91; Guy, N. S.-90; Tye, Josh-90; Page, Jim- 
89; Lee, Doug-87; Houchins, Tom-84; Powers, El- 
mer-74; Anders, Raleigh-74; Furgerson, Roy-73; 
LeQuire, Jim-73; Morgan, Richard-70; Burkhart, 
James-69; Sutton, Jim-66; Hammons, George-66; 
Jeffers, Steve-62; Lee, WilUam-62; Lee, Robert-61; 
Noonan, Rob-60; Lawson, Don-60; Roark, Jimmy- 
60; Disney, Curt-60; Kirklin, Luther-59; SulUvan, 
Greg-59; Malone, Jim-59; Roberts, John-55; Wilson, 
Woody-53; Howard, Jim-50; Hagy, Denjny-49; 
Head, Lon-49; Reynolds, Elmxer-46 

FOURTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Kirk, C.-93.5; Sizemore, E.-92.4; Brewer, J.- 
91.3; Barker, D.-91.2; Jones, D.-90.7; Duff, E.-90.6; 
Sword, R.-89.6; Barker, N.-89.6; Brewer, L.-88.3; 
Feltner, D.-87.0; Kirk, J.-86.3; Davidson, H. Jr.- 
84.7; Gross, J.-78.4; Bates, J. R.-69.1. 

FIFTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Watkms, David-91; Ferrell, Ronnie-90; Hop- 
son, James-89; Bogar, Joseph-88; Rosen, Bill-88; 
Runyon, Tommy-88; Bond, Roger-87; Looney, 
James-87; McVickers, Roger-87; Bevins, Wally-86; 
Rouse, Donald-86; Brown, Tom-85; Osborne, Gary- 
85; Osborne, Lonnie-85; Wood, Furmon-85; Meritt, 
Donald-80; Morris, Roger-79; Phillips, Ritchie-79; 
Whitt, Pierce-78; Magnard, James-71; Hatfield, 
Paul-72; Hopkins, George-62 

NORTH EAST KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Keifer, Robert-99; Sligh, Jim-96; Stumbo, 
Jack-95; Headberlin, Bill-94; Johnson, Bob-94; 
Johnson, Gordon-94; Rapp, Bill-94; Wilcox, Ursal 
Ray-94; Thomas, Paul-91; Swartz, Joe-90; James, 
Gene-89; Simpson, James-89; Buckley, Robert-88; 
Davis, Ralph-88; Kouns, Robert-88; Logan, Mike- 
86; Hardin, Gary-84; Arthur, Paul-82; Bocook, 
Ear 1-82; Heinze, John-82; White, Russell-82; Coy- 
ner, Mike-80; Taylor, James-80; Burgess, Oley-79; 
Graham, James-78; McConnell-78; Jordan, Charles- 
77; Menshouse, Larry-77; Pinkerman, Charles-77; 
Burton, John III-75; Neathercutt, Bill-75; Gilker- 
son, Pat-74; Preston, Delmas-74; Gammon, Wil- 
liam-73; Johnson, Larry-73; Boyles, Jerry-71; Bur- 
ton, John Jr.-65; Salsbm-y, Don-64; Mullins, 
Charles-63; Pinson, Eugene-60; Pinson. Paul-60; 
Brubaker. John-59; Gallihar, Jack-59; HeaberUn, 
Bill Jr.-59; Payne, Tony-58; Mitchell, Glen-57; 
Heaberlin, Bob-55; ElUs, BiU-52; Bradford, Robert- 
50; Strader. Tim-45: Brubaker, Don-44; Burke, 
Dave-43; Thomas, Charles-41; Williams, Jim-32; 
Wells, Ted-29. 



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REGISTERED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. 1976-1977 

(List Compiled March 1) 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given the first number is that of the home 
phone. 

Adams, Jack, 6109 Fern Court, Fern Creek 40291, 239-8123 
Andress, BUI. 2Ua9 New Linden Rd.. Newport 41071, 581- 

9832, 621-3720 
Arnold, Jim. V49 Honeysuckle Dr., Taylor Mill 41015, 

491-4091 331-4621 
Asher, Jacob. 3323 Nantuckett Dr., Lexington 40502, 278-6703 
Ashley, Kennetn, 108 onio, ^oomerbei ■i2J0i, b76-8891, oiH- 

5148 
Atwood, Terry. Route 2. Scottsville 42164, 622-5734, 237-3161 
Baldwin, Dennis, 4605 Myrick PL, VaUey Station 40272, 

935-0667, 448-8210 
Bass. F, M., 1412 Bryce Dr. iAJUisville 40216. 361-9618, 

589-4321 ext 478 
Bates, J. r'.. Box 584 Whitesburg 41858, 633-7227, 633-2266 
Battoe, Darryl, 3406 Tavlorsville Rd. #3. Louisville 40205, 

451-4563 
Baumann, Wilbur, 103 Center St., V/ilder 41071, 431-7034, 

261-3710 
Baxter, Wayne, 479 Audubon Court, Radcliff 40160. 351- 

6593. 351-1174 
Becherer, Tom, 1123 W. Main, Shelbyville 40065, 633-3565, 

633-2344 
BeU. Ronald K., 2510 Gardiner Ln.. Louisville 40205, 459- 

2716, 448-9866 
Bennett, Tom. 345 Lancaster. Richmond 40475, 623-9197, 

623-8753 
Bertsch, Ron. 113 Moock Rd.. Southgate 41071, 581-5790, 

531-8422 
Bottom, Ronnie, RR ii6. Box 286, Shelbyville 40065, 633- 

4230, 633-4869 
Bozarth, Robert. 2412 Tregaron Ave.. Louisville 40299. 

267-5995, 448-4620 
Bradley. Robert Jr., 1014 S. Clav St., Louisville 40203, 

585-404 
Bratcher, Delmer, 2324 Quinn Dr.. Shively 40216. 447-6691 
Brause, Dr. Allan R.. 5230 Clearlake Dr.. Cincinnati, Ohio 

45239 (513) 574-5550. (513) 921-5300 
Brewer, John B.. Rt. 2. Box 52, Stanton 40380, 663-4340 
Bristol. Charles E., 183 Kentucky Circle, Radcliff 40160, 

351-4149 624-3322 
Brown, Janies W. Rt. 2. West Paducah 42086, 488-3252 
Brown, John. 975 Waverly Dr., Lexington 40505 
Bryant, Charles, 107 Witney. Lawrenceburg 40342, 839-6302 
Burgess, Richard, Box 452, Bardwell 42023, 628-3527, 628- 

3119 
Burkeen, Phillip, 659 Wakefield, Bowling Green 42101, 

842-4182, 842-9840 
Butcher, David. Box 119. Thelma 41260. 789-8104, 297-3738 
Butcher, Stephen, Box 14. Meally 41234. 789-1548, 789-4890 
Butner, Billy, Rt, 1, Lancaster 40444, 792-3503, 423-2500 
Camic. David, RR #2, Harrodsburg 40330, 734-3693, 734-7711 
Cane, Leslie, 1173 E. Broadv;ay, Louisville 40203, Bus. 

Phone 588-5165 
Carl, Parker, 125 Camden Ave., Versailles 40383, 873-5995, 

873 -5464 
Cassidy, Mike, 4403 S. Ridge Dr., Louisville 40272, 937- 

R485. 459-5970 
Cecil. J. Ronald, 3020 Dogwood Dr., Louisville 40220, 454- 

0204 
Chasteen. Earl, 109 Taylor Dr., Cvnthiana 41031, 234-4897, 

234-1895 
Chatoney. Jack. 825 Briargate, Radcliff 40160, 351-4804, 

624-3616 
Chesser. James, 7706 Mango, Louisville 40258, 933-1704 
Childers. Charles, P.O. Box 2, Stanton 40380, 663-2791, 

663-2246 
Clarke, Noble H. Jr. 2923 Rielding Dr., Louisville 40206, 

895-2512 239-3218 
Clarke, Noble H. Ill, 412 Sprite Rd., Louisville 40207, 

897-0001, 239-3218 
Collins, Dermot J., 1700 Windsor PI., Louisville 40204. 

456-2653. 588-6351 
Compton. Delbert, 810 Denamark St.. Louisville 40215, 

366-5571 
Cooper, Willie. 2206 Madison. Paducah 42001, 443-3107. 444- 

7251 
Cornelison. Michael, P.O. Box 7, Beiea 40403, 986-956B, 

(502) 695-2040 
Culp. Leo, 3301 Bullard St., Paducah 42001. (502) 443-1083 
Cummins, Howard, 10499 Lower River Rd., Louisville 

40272. 937-0436 
Cundjff, Richard. Route 3, Box 237. Somerset 42501, 678- 

5279 
Cunningham. Bobby. Box 55. Pikeville 41501. 432-1528 
Daniel, R. T., P.O. Box 15, Paintsville 41240, 789-3372, 

886-2311 
Davenport. James E. Sr., 9810 Diwson Hill Rd., Jefferson- 
town 40299, 239-5667. 452-5849 
Davis, James. 10719 Shipley Ct., Cincinnati, Ohio 45231, 

825-5061, 521-9446 

Davis. Jay W.. 2101 Hazel St. Apt. 2, Hopkinsville 42240, 
885-4684, 885-5355 



Davis, Ralph W.. 304 Highland Dr., Radcliff 40160. 351-6168, 

624-2835 
Day, Jack, 605 Morehead St.. Central City 42330, 754-4700, 

754-2272 
DeMaree, Lonny, 972 De Porre Ave., Lexington 40505, 

252-4167, 232-2143 
Dill, Roger, P.O. Box 561, Mt. Washington 40047, (502) 

538-7233 
Divine, Wayne. 626 Walnut St.. Central City 42330, 754- 

2783, 754-4474 
Dobson, Jon Barry, 1707 Hill Rise Apt. 6, Lexington 40504 
Doyle, Danny, 407 Lindsay Ct. #2. Louisville 40206, 893- 

3348, 776-4651, ext. 273 
Drake, Carl, P.O. Box 69. Stanton 40380, 663-2792, 255-3303 
Duerson, Wm. Robert, Rt. 2, Paint Lick, Ky. 40461, 925- 

4072, 925-4071 
Dw.yer, James E. Jr., 5612 Ailanthus Trail. Louisville 

40219 964-0426 452-4922 
Dwyer, Robert h'. 1417 Falcon Dr., Louisville 40213, 687- 

7909, 778-5321 
Edmondson, Johnny. RR. #1, Glencoe 41046, 643-5288 
Evans, Alvin, Cumberland Ave., Jellico, Tenn. 47762. 424- 

7636, 424-6420 
Evans, John David Jr., 109 N. Highland Ave.. Prestonsburg 

41653. 886-2415, 842-7336 
Evans, Lewis, Rt. #2, Morgantown 42261, 526-4310, 526-3730 
Farrell, Joe, 11 Floral Ct., Ft. Thomas 41075. 441-7812, 

941-4930 
Feltner, Danny R. R. Box 151 A, Hazard 41701, 436-5152, 

436-3855 
Finch, Steven. 4421 Charlotte Ann Dr., Louisville 40216, 

447-1969 
Forshee, Buddy, 331 West Cedar, Franklin 42134, 586-5462 
Foulks, Michael D., 890 LaFayette Ave. Apt. 22, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio 45220 (513) 541-1434, (606) 441-7100 
Froebel. Marty, 5553 A Folger, Ft. Knox 40121, 624-8460, 

624-4950 
Frymire, L. H., 101 Spring St. P.O. Box 33, Irvington 

40146. 547-2553, 547-3951 
Gibson, Gary, 914 Denmark, Louisville 40215, 366-0445, 

778-4469 
Gillaspie, Bob, Rt. 2, Box 5, Dixon 42409. 639-5522, 639-2651 
Giordano. Al. 99 Hollv Lane. Princeton 42445, 365-5680, 

365-5680 
Graven. Gary. 3223 Pomeroy Dr., Louisville 40220, 491- 

6569, 458-2750 
Green. Donald, P.O. Box 782, Mayfield 42066, 247-6038, 

247-6445 
Grimes. Robert. 7505 Cedar Hollow, Louisville 40291. 239- 

1984. 624-6745 
Gurren, Steven, 609 Orchard St., Elsmere 41018, 342-6675 
Haines. Michael. Clay-Davis Hall. Transylvania University, 

Lexington 40.508, 233-8792 
Hall. Gregory. Garrett 41630. 358-4556 
Hall, Jay, Box 111. Virgie 41572. 639-24.34, 639-2434 
Hamilton. Paul, 974 Chickasaw Dr., Madisonville 42431. 

821-5660, 821-6016 
Harkleroad. Robert, 688 Gaomwell Way, Lexington 40503, 

277-7359 
"enry, Barry, 801 Hampton. Bowling Green 42101. 843-8786 
Henson, Don, Rt. 1. Smithland 42081. 928-2047. 988-3263 
Herald, Paul, Ouicksand 41363 666-7117. 666-2805 
Hern Kenny Jr,, 2613 Merhoff St., Louisville 40217, 634- 

8931, ,581-6767 
Herrick. Calvin P. Jr., 200 S. Arnold Ave., Prestonsburg 

41653. 886-3494. 886-2311 
Herrick, C, Greeory. 336 Transylvania Park itl2 Lexington 

40508 254-3083 
Herren. Thomas K 667 Hill n Dale Rd.. Lexington 40503, 

269-3568. 253-2616 
Higeins. James P. -Sr.. 1125 La Vista Way, Louisville 40219, 

969-5267, 452-4154 

Hill, Chris, 657 Linda Ave., Danville 40422, 236-4140 625-4785 
Hill, Mvron, 1103 N. Tolliver Ave. #6, Morehead 40351, 
784-8240. 987-1667 

Hilnn Louis E. 7509 Devereaux Lane, Louisville 40258, 
935-8080 

Hinkel. Mark D.. 1921 Hart Rd.. Lexington 40502, 266-4071 

Hinkel. John E. Jr.. 1921 Hart Rd., Lexington 40502, 266- 

4071, 252-6731 
Hofmann. Jack, R.R. 2. Box 52, Carrollton 41008, 732-6714 
Hcpsnn. James E., Rt. 6, Box 918M, Pikeville 41501, 437- 

7772, 432-1461 
Horrell. Bennie. 2807 Royal Dr.. Owensboro 42301, 684-6431, 

683-8967 
Huddleston. Terry, Route 1, Central City 42330, 754-5245, 

754-4396 
Hull Steven, RR #2, Bardwell 42023, (502) 628-3292, (618) 

734-3911 
Hunter. Harold. 9025D Estrada Ave.. Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

7772, 624-2541 
Hurst. Henry. 7519 A 70th Tk Bn Rd.. Fort Knox 40121. 

624-8187, 624-4545 
Ingram. Larry. 5409 Ye Old Post Rd. Apt. 2, Louisville 

40213, 969-7980. 363-2604 
Ives. Rick. Lot 27 Skyline Tr. Pk., Bowling Green 42101, 

843-2164. 842-5302 
Jamerson, Wilbur. Box 1, Bypro 41612 
Jarboe, Ronald, 13906 Lyons Ave.. Vallev Station 40272, 

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Joseph, Charles S. 1081 W. Lincoln Trail Blvd.. Radcliff 

40160, 351-6710. 351-6420 
Johnson. Lerov. Lamb 42155. 651-9211 
Johnson, W. Lynn, P.O. Box 329, Morehead 40351, 784-5393, 

845-2551 
Jones, Don. 199 Sherlden Dr. Apt. B, Campbellsville 

42718, 465-8901, 781-8150 
Kaufman, Alvin, 8215 St. Anthony Ch. Rd., Louisville 

40214, 366-0126, 566-4419 
Keeling, Reuben. P.O. Box 2462, Paducah 42001, 554-4013 
Kennedy, Jim. Rt. 5, 212 Paddock Place, Versailles 40383, 

873-7490, 257-1623 
Kersey, Warren, 8916 Novelle Dr., Louisville 40258, 933- 

26'88. 637-2914 
Kirkland. Wade, 105 Bentlev Ave., Whitesburg 41858, 633- 

9553, 633-2246 
Kouns. Robert, Box 582, South Shore 41175, 932-4540, 473- 

9812 
Lacv, James R., Box 432, Campton 41301, 668-3246, 668-3106 
League, Jack 830 Boyd Ave.. Danville 40422, 236-6492. 

236-3100 
Leep, John B.. 403 Sycamore St.. CarroUton 41008, (502) 

732-5828, 732-5413 
Luttrell, Gurney, Box 232. Harlan 40831, 573-1960, 837-2280 
Lynch, Lester F., 702 N. Main St., Elizabeth 42701, 765- 

2060, 769-5592 
McDermott, Gregory, 811 Sunglow Dr., Villa Hills 41016. 

341-8425. 431-0462 
McGee, John, 3700 Chateau Lane, Apt. #52, Louisville 

40219, 969-7649 
McMurtrey. Tom, General Del., Summer Shade 42166, 

428-3541, 428-3301 
Magruder, Robert, 8012 Broadfern Dr., Louisville 239-1522 
Mann. David. 5206 Idlewood Ln.. Fern Creek 40291. 239- 

7902. 893-3611. ext. 317 
Markham. Stan. 1409 Clagett, Bowling Green 42101. 781- 

2379. 842-1674 
Marlette. Ronald. 428 Powhatan Tel.. Frankfort 40601. 

695-4526. 564-3925 
Marshall. Barry J.. 3808 Plantation Dr., Lexington 40503 
Mauzy, Craig, 3842 Lewis Lane, Owensboro 42301, 683-6014 
Mefford, Gran, Box 15 Green Acres, Sanders 41083, 347- 

9986. 732-4844 
Meredith. Lannev C, Box 426. Brownsville 42210. 286-4287. 

597-2118 
Mikez. Joey A.. 700 Woodland Ave.. Lexington 40508. 257- 

3069. 257-3069 
Mitchell, Terry A., 332 Bermuda Ln.. Louisville 42718. 

935-4477 465-7691 
Morton. Wm.. 4505 Sunset Ave., Louisville 40211, Bus. 

589-4321 
Mulligan. J. T., 427 Center St., Erlanger 41018, 727-3628, 

727-1382 
Mullins, Charles, Schultz Rd.. South Shore 41175. 932-4277, 

473-9812 
Oakes, Charles. 804 McKinley Ave., Louisville 40217, 637- 

3940. 581-2591 
Olev, Stanley. Belcher 41513, 754-4560 

Ohphant, Sonny. Box 71. Gamaliel 42140. 457-3151, 457-3904 
Omer, Keith, Rt. 1, Clav 42404, 333-2529, 333-4008 
Omohundro. Daniel. 500 Hillcreast Manor Dr., Winchester 

40391. 744-5088. 269-5611 
Oscar, Pierson Jr., P.O. Box 385. Owenton 40359, 484-3303, 

484-3878 
Nagel, Earl W.. 33 Retreat St., Southgate 41071, 441-2231 
Noland. Douglas. 305 Herndon Ave., Stanford 40484, 365- 

2609 
Norwood, Thomas R., 811 Henry St., Franklin 42134, 586- 

3614 
Palko, Joseph, 201 W. Main St.. Lynch 40855. 848-2211 
Pandolfi. Thomas. 120 12th St.. Henderson 42420, 827-1005, 

827-2506 
Parker. Larry, 310 Houston St.. Russell 41169, 836-1094 
Parkev. Cecil E., P.O. Box 1649, Middlesboro 40965, 248- 

4139. 248-1000 
Pelphrey. Joe D.. Box 252. West Prestonburg 41668, 886- 

626.'^. 886-2475 
Penner. Daniel. 219 Churchill Park, Louisville 40220, 459- 

0134. 582-2447 
Penner. Merritt, Rt. 5. Box 392, Manchester 40962, 598-3711 
Perry. James, Rt. 4, Campbellsville 42718, 465-2638, 432-7801 
Pickrell. .Terry, 499 Whispering Hills, Lexington 40503, 

272-7171 
Pickrom, Ernest. 1081 Lincoln Trail Blvd., Radcliff 40160, 

Bus. phone 624-4510 
Pietrowski. Paul. 107 Oaklawn Dr.. Corbin 40701, 523-0272. 

528-1630 
Polivick, David, Rt irl, Bardwell 42023. 628-3882 
Rahn, Gordon. 700 Woodland Ave.. Lexington 40508, 252- 

.3085, 257-3069 
Rail, Edward. 108 E. Lexington Ave.. Danville 40422, 236- 

8929. 236-5464 
Raniev, Gary, Rt. 1, Salt Lick 40371, 683-2821, 674-6325 
Ramsey, Jerry, Rt. itl. Box 134A, Sonora 42776, 854-2678 
Reagan, Kenny, Rt. #1, Tompkinsville 42167, 457-3422, 

243-3350 
Reid, Kevin. 218 Chenault Rd., Lexington 40502, 266-4066 
Ring, Bill, 481 Rookwood Pkwy., Lexington 40505, 299-7089, 

255-8492 
Rhodes, Don, 517'A E. Farren Ave.. Earlington 42410, 383- 
5292, 821-4780 



Roark, Frank, P,0. Box 403, Corbin 40701, 528-0164 
Roberts, Harry, 417 Monument St., Falmouth 41040, 654- 

5471, 654-3314 
Rogers, Eldridge, Rt. 7, Heritage Hill Farm. Hopkinsville 

42240. 269-2234. 886-3921 
Rogers. Rufus. 5571B Hiers St.. Ft. Knox 40121. 624-1966, 

624-3955 
Roof. David. Rt. 10. Box 69. Paducah 42001. 554-3111. 442- 

7551 
Ruthledge. Robert, RR 4, Utica 42376, 275-4758 
Sackett, Eugene, Rt. 7, Maryland Dr., Paducah 42001, 

443-7900 
Sandusky, Jerry, Rt. 1, Liberty 42539, 787-7742, 787-7484 
Scott, W. L., 1816 McDonald Rd., Lexington 40503. 278- 

2844, 278-9702 
Sefcovic. Harold. 1120 Choctaw Trail. Georgetown 40324. 

863-3693. 863-3910 
Shaw. Earl. 121 Hagan Ct.. Lancaster 40444, 792-2370, 792- 

3018 
Sherman, Irnnan J. Jr., Rt. 5. Box 688, London 40741, 

864-6518, 864-2207 
Shipp, David, 133 Hartweg Ave., Ft. Thomas 41075, 781-1163 
Smith, Ezell, P.O. Box 28, Harlan 40831. 573-7595 
Smith, Michael, 302 E. Main, Cloverport 40111, 788-6692, 

295-3451 
Spalding, Guy C. Ill, 2807 Del Rio Place, Louisville 40220, 

454-3237, 895-3466 
Spalding. Charles. 8107 Jasmine Ln., Louisville 40228. 

239-1907 
Spradlin, David. P.O. Box 38. Betsy Layne 41605. 478-9648 
Spratling. Obie. 416 N. Logsdon Ave.. Radcliff 40160. 351- 

9482. 624-3128 
Stephenson. Harry. 1612 Hawthorn Ln.. Lexington 40505, 

299-1757, 233-8221 
Stephenson. Larry. 3113 Bernard Dr.. Edgewood 41017. 

341-4541 
Stepura, Meyer P. Jr., 901 Grant Street, Sturgis 42459, 

333-4414 
Stethen. James, Box 134, Bedford 4006, 255-3285, 265-4717 
Stone, Johnny, Rt. 1, Princeton 42445, 365-5718, 365-5178 
Strain, Richard, P.O. Box 472, Radcliff 40160, 351-4306, 

624-2214 
Stratton, Robert, Rt. 6 Eastview, Shelbyville 40065 633- 

1612. 633-3816 
Stull, Benlamin C, 5 Center St., Wilder 41071, 581-3262, 

683-7887 
Sullivan, William III, Evergreen Dr., Lawrenceburg 40342 

839-4177, 839-3061 
Swaru, James, Lot 106 Jefco Mbl. Hm. Pk.. Radcliff 40160, 

351-9158, 624-2440 
Tarry, W. R.. Rt. 5, Glasgow 42141, 678-2539, 427-2611 
Terry, John D., Hindman 41822, 785-3327, 785-3133 
Thomas. Mike. Ill Patterson Ct., Campbellsville 42718, 

465-7577 
Thomas, Paul, 706 Gartrell Ct., Ashland 41101, 324-9603, 

739-4611, ext. 8432 
Thornsbury. John, Box 602, Elkhorn City 41522, 754-4601 
Thomerlin. Allen, 3257 Poplarview Dr., Louisville 40216 

447-4861 
Travis, Terry Lee, 1411 Rose Ave.. Owensboro 42301, 

683-2209 
Urlasre, C. Richard. 822 Highland Ave., Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-5513, 874-8820 
Vandermale, John, 3149 Trinity Rd.. Lexington 40503, 252- 

8615, 277-6552 
VanHooser. Phillip, 484S Hart Hall, Murray 42071 767- 

2143, 365-3451 
Vanover, Larry W.. 801 Glenn Ct., Owensboro 42301, 277- 

0986 
Votaw, Tony, 219 Southport Dr.. Lexington 40503, 277-5480, 

232-2691 
Wagner. Stenhen, 235 Gailane. Lawrenceburg 40342 839- 

7674. 348-3953 
Ware, Phillip. 218 Sycamore St., Owensboro 42301, 684- 

9769. 684-7583 
Warner. Bobby, Box 252, Owingsville 40360, 674-2420. 

784-4116 
Washer. Jamie. HO Broach Ave. South, Murray 42071, 

753-5330, 753-4374 
Watson. Harold T. Jr.. 3231 Adams St., Paducah 42001, 

442-0426, 443-8263 
Wavne, Bennv L.. 701 W. Maple St.. Nicholasville 40356, 
885-4827, 254-8935 

Westcott. Jo H., 303 W. Main, P.O. Box 6, Auburn 42206, 

542-4303, 542-4304 
Whitehead. David, 3932 Phillips, Paduc.ih 42001, 442-5818, 

442-6121 
Williams, Donald L.. Rt. #4, Shelbyville 40065, 633-3846 
Williams. Gary. 28 Circle Dr. Shelbyville 40065. 633-6029. 

426-6020 
Williams. James A.. 203 Guthrie. Horse Cave 42749, 786- 

2867, 758-2214 
Williamson, Junior. Rt. 3 Box 1, Pikeville 41501, 437-7171 
Williamson, Malcolm, 2024 Floradora Dr., Louisville 40272. 

937-3394 
Winsfield. Fehx. 1132 Eastern Pkwy.. Louisville 40217, 

636-2282, 772-2531 
Wood, Gwin, 717 Broadway, Fulton 42041, 479-3280, 472-1741 
Wood, Paul, Rt. 8, Box 561, Paducah 42001. 443-4654. 442- 

6131 
Zirnheld, Leonard. 9105 Blue Lick Rd., Louisville 40219 



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The Image of Your Association 

(Continued from Page 3) 
a part of the answer. 

You are part of the problem if: 

. . . you hide behind your Association when 
invoking a penality or explaining a rule to a situ- . 
dent and his parents by inferring that if it were 
up to you things would be different. You pass 
the buck by saying that your hands are tied be- 
cause these are the Association's rules and you 
cannot do anything about them. 

. . . you make statements to the public and to 
members of the news media that Eire not correct. 
(You do this because you are naive, uninformed, 
covering for a personal mistake, seeking some 
kind of personal gain or supporting an outside 
interest.) 

. . . you coach, manage, or direct your program 
in the gray or frmge area as you search for and 
attempt to exploit loop-holes in the rules amd 
regulations. 

. . . you exploit students, parents, or com- 
munity programs for your personal gain. 

. . . you do things in front of your students 
that are against the rules for them. 

. . . you fail to attend association meetings, 
workshops, etc. 

. . . you fail to study the Official Handbook, 
the "Athlete" and the various rule books that 
pertain to your responsibilities. 

. . . you fail to join and take an active part 
in the professional associations relating to your 
responsibilities. 

You are part of the answer if: 

. . . you provide a student and his parents 
with clear explanations of rules and advise them 
that these are written, agreed upon, and admin- 
istered for all of the students throughout the 
State and that you support this procedure. 

. . . you follow a simple two-step procedure 
when you find yourself in disagreement with 
Association rule or policy. First, you make an 
honest appraisal of the rule to understand how 
it relates to the best interests of students, member 
schools and their personnel throughout the state 
within the overall objectives of secondary edu- 
cation. Second, if you believe that change is 
needed, you utilize the appropriate avenue avail- 
able for proposing amendments or seeking re- 
visions. 

. . . you have an understanding of the rules, 
regulations and policies of the Association so that 
you are able to provide knowledgeable answers 
to questions as logical explanations to false alle- 
gations. 

. . . you take an active part in association 
meeting, rule interpretation meetings, workshops, 
etc. 

Our staff is vitally concerned for each mem- 
ber school, each activity, and all of the students. 
We are dedicated to serving their best interests. 
We welcome the opportunity to assist you in the 
continued growth and development of the As- 
sociations to improve it - to protect it - and de- 
fend it. 

Two prime ingredients of any successful or- 



ganization are loyalty and pride. Let us resolve 
to make a positive contribution by being loyal 
to each other and the principles, standards, and 
ideals for which we stand, and by demonstrating 
that we have great pride in our profession, our 
Association, and the young people we serve. 

AND WE QUOTE .... "The Association is 
a voluntary organization, composed of member 
schools which voluntarily elect to participate in 
the various competitions. It is essential that ad- 
ministrators, coaches, and faculty support the 
Association rules and regulations, since the schools 
themselves, through democratic process of ballot 
and referendum, have made those rules and regu- 
lations. 

"If the time ever comes when member schools 
become party to law suits and continuEilly criti- 
cize the Association's rules, then the very foun- 
dation of the Association, as a voluntary organ- 
ization, wUl be undermined. In this day of law 
suits and threats of law suits, school administra- 
tors and coaches and all faculty sponsors should 
support the Association and its rules, to prevent 
as much as possible any threatened litigation. 

"If school people extend sympathy to those 
critical of Association rules, suggest or admit that 
its rules are stupid, antiquated, unfair, or make 
other disapproving remarks, then the schools will 
find themselves more often subject to law suits 
and legislative maneuvering. 

"The Association is supported primarily by 
gate receipts from the State tournaments in Foot- 
ball and Basketball; if the Association is required 
to use these funds to defend itseM and its rules 
against law suits, this just does not make sense. 
■The money so spent could be better used im- 
proving Association undertakings. 

"School administrators should caution spon- 
sors to use great care in the future in support and 
defense of Association rules and regulations and 
thus discourage and avoid expenditure of monies 
in court costs and attorney's fees. 

"Any administrator or sponsor who feels a 
rule is not desirable has other avenues for pro- 
viding a change. Opinions can be expressed to 
school administrators and by administrators to 
Legislative Council members to the Association 
office on removing rules or amending them. The 
Association has elective democratic processes 
whereby changes can be made at any time the 
majority of school administrators so desire. So, 
let's not encourage outsiders to attempt to change 
the rules by court action, — especially when it is 
YOUR money which is paying the cost of liti- 
gation. 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it 
is the home phone number unless otherwise designated. 
If two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

(List Compiled March 8) 

Almand. David. 214 Liberty St. P.O. Box 304, Franklin 

42134, 586-5475 
Atwell. Darryl, Rt. 4 Forrest Hills, Campbellsville 42718, 

465-2695 
Austin. Charles, Drakesboro 42337. 476-8002 
Austin. Dwight, 2319 Smallhouse Rd., Bowling Green 42101, 

842-7966, 842-7966 
Bankston. Michael, 23 South Sunset. Williamson, W. Va. 

25661 (304). 235-2580. (304) 235-3430 



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Barnard. Phillip. Rt. 4, Box 299, London 40741. 864-2590, 

864-7371 
Bemiss. Eugene. RR 7. Shelb^-ville 40065, 633-3295. 633-1625 
Bennett, Tom, 2358 Grinstead, Apt. #33, Louisville 40206, 

452-9274, 587-7738 
Benton, Douglas, Normal #32, Morehead 40351, 784-8074, 

783-3341 
Bernardini, Bruno, 203 Taft Dr.. Clarksville, Tn. 37040. 

(615) 552-1507. (502) 798-4917 
Bowling. David. E. 9tli St. Box 235. London 40741. 864-4434, 

528-8050 
Bransetter, Charles, N. Circle Dr., Horse Cave 42749, 786- 

2032. 824-0361 
Brooks. Archie. 214 N. Pin Oak Dr., Lexington 40503, 

277-6628, 257-3343 
Brown. Barry. 121 Ilhardt. Nicholasville 40356. 885-6657, 

252-4902 
Brown, Nora, 121 Ilhardt, Nicholasville 40356, 885-6657. 

278-8434 
Brown. Roger. 504 Lexington Ave.. Vanceburg 41179. 796- 

2071. 757-2122 
Burdette. Wally, 525 Aubumdale Ave.. Louisville 40214, 

366-5559 
Cambron, John, 4 Congress Dr., Morganfield 42437, 389- 

3087. 822-4611 
Campbell. Larry. Hueyville 41640. 358-9159 
Cartton, Robert W., 506 S. Railroad St.. Earlington 42410, 

383-3651 
Charles, James. 28 Stefanie Cir., Winchester 40391, 744- 

9330 255-7991 
(Theak. Tom, 753 Greenwood Dr.. Harrodsburg 40330, 734- 

2463, 236-3100 
Cheek, Alan. 116 Dixie Plaza, Richmond 40475, 624-1016 
Cook. David. P.O. Box 286. 1 nceton 42445, 265-5515, 

365-5516 
Cox. CharUe. P.O. Box 61. Pine Ridge 41360 
Craieer. Bobbv. 1703 Mary Ellen Dr., Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6069. 836-5623 
Creamer. Tom. P.O. Box 283. Shelbyville 40065. 633-5483. 

633-2443 
Daniels. Robert. 1107 McKenzie Addition. Van Lear 41265, 

789-3931, 789-1201 
Dawson. Danny. Hi Hat 41131. 377-6847 
Day. Douglas. R-5 Leedean Tr. Pk. Lot 31. Nicholasville 

40356. 272-1835 
Dotson. Rickey. 1604 Stafford Ave., LouisviUe 40216, 361- 

2410 
Ebel. Jack. David Hall. Transylvania Univ.. Lexington 

40508. 233-8342. 233-8330 
Elias. James. 10809 Milwaukee Way, Louisville 40272, 933- 

2687. 367-3600 
Elliott. Billy. 313 Cedar Lane. Somerset 42501. 679-2921. 

679-6371 
Eubanks, William. 311 W. Kentucky. Franklin 42134. 586- 

7469. 586-4711 
Fallin, Geo. M.. RR #1. Lewisport 42351. 927-8936. 927-6953 
Francis. William. 1097 Pepper Dr.. Madisonville 42431. 

821-0423. 821-5761 
Frankel, Louis. 3723 Stanton Blvd., Louisville 40220, 452- 

6519, 452-6519 
Franklin. Cameron. 629 7th St.. Henderson 42420, 827-3085, 

827-9578 
Froedge. Mark. RR 1 Box 74, Edmonton 42129, 432-2594 
Fuchs, Charles. 704 5th Ave.. Dayton 41074. 581-6080 
Gardner. Brooks, 658 Ohio St., Lexington 40508, 233-4733 
Gibbons. Mike. Rt. 3. Box 267. Williamsburg 40769. 549- 

2987. 549-3883 
Green. Jimmie. Box 135, Belcher 41513, 754-5318 
Gregory. Lewis. N. Highway 90. Monticello 42633, 348-7158, 

348-9316 
Gritton. Lynn. Horn Dr.. Lawrenceburg 40342. 839-5304, 

839-5372 
Gupton. Lawrence. P.O. Box 296. Greensburg 42743. 932- 

7830. 384-3338 
Hall. Bruce. Box 111. Virgie 41572. 639-2434 
Hall. Gregory. 119 Summit Dr.. Ft. Mitchell 41017. 341-2306 
Harrod. Michael. Box 397. Rt. #6. ShelbwiUe 40065. 633- 

6866. 633-1402 

Heaberlin. Robert. 928 Washington Ave.. Flatswoods 41139, 
836-6915, 836-9681 

Heaberlin, Bill, 928 Washington Ave., Flatswoods 41139, 

836-6915, 329-7253 
Heaberlin. Bill Jr.. 928 Washington Ave.. Flatswoods 41139. 

836-6915. 304-6191 
Hilton. Billy. 323 Maplewood Ave.. Springfield 40069. 333- 

7594. 336-7170 
Hines. Michael Lee. Rt. 2. W. Paducah 42086. 488-3216, 

442-6924 

Hudson, Douglas, Box 43, Worthville 41098. 732-6423. 732- 
8268 

Hudson. Mark. RR 1. Box 1. WiUiamstown 41097. 824- 
5587. 824-4421 

Hunt, Roger, Rt. #4. TompkinsviUe 42156. 427-2272. 678-2171 
Ishmael, Lloyd. Rt. #3, Box 257. Flemingsburg 41041. 845- 
5831 



King. James, 5000 Clarkmar Rd.. Jeffersontown, 499-1015. 
778-2791 

Kluepfel, Joseph, 262 W. Broadway. Madisonville 42431, 

825-1046, 676-3386 
Kouns, J. P. Rt. 2. Box 136-A. Grayson 41143, 474-9907 
Kouns, Perry, Box 148. Hitchins 41146, 474-9139, 474-9139 
Lamar, Huston, Box 116, Cloverport 40111, 788-6045, 748-4000 
Lamkin, Rick, 1626 CoUege Farm Rd., Murray 42071, 762- 

4735 

LaRue, W. D. Jr.. P.O. Box 63. Salem 42708, 988-3318, 

388-7562 
Lewis, Joseph. 1245 Summit Dr., Lexington 40502, 266-7246, 

748-2357 

Lock, Larry, Steen Ave. Rt. 1. Horse Cave 42749. 786-1442. 

773-2828 
Logsdon, Timothy, 236 Water St.. Horse Cave 42749. 786- 

2215. 748-2354 
London. Michael. ^09 W. Main St., Horse Cave 42749, 

786-2601, 786-2427 
Lusk, Michael, 201 E. Stephen Foster. Bardstown 40004, 

Work Phone; 348-9046 

McBride, W. Kenneth. 157 St. William Dr., Lexington 

40502, 266-7786. 254-1120 
Mcintosh. Charles. Rt. 3, Box 383. Shelbyville 40065. 633- 

5373, 633-1557 
McNeil, Robert. Rt. 1. Melber 42069, 856-3543 
Mason, Edwin. Rt. 7. Box 29B. Shelbyville 40O65, 633-1214. 

633-2344 
Mooneyhan. James. 810 Henry St.. FrankUn 42134. 586-4989. 

586-6000 
Moore. Phillip. Rural Rt. #6. Box 403. Bowling Green 

42101. 781-9340. 843-5302 
Morgan. Chuck. 420 Edgewood Dr.. Nicholasville 40356. 

885-9122, 232-7888 
Morgan. Richard. Rt. 7. Box 78. London 40741. 864-9253, 

864-5114 
Morris, Larry, 4701 Seabree #1 Lane, Louisville 40218. 

451-3215 
Mosby, John, 500 Poplar St.. Versailles 40383. 873-3496, 

873-7396 
MuUins. Jeff. Box 144. Vicco 41773. 642-3750 
Oppenheimer. Randy. 122 W. 2nd St.. Morehead 40351, 

784-4639, 784-4639 
Pearl, George W. Jr. 3112 Vogue Ave., Louisville 40220, 

452-1288, 582-5521 
Pinson, David, Rt. 1. Box 566. Pikeville 41501. 437-7617, 

835-2286 
Raines, J. W.. 1117 Lebanon Rd.. Danville 40422. 236-3380, 

236-6334 
Reif. Harry. Rt. 1. Campbellsville 42718. 465-7343. 465-8774 
Saindon. Lee. 639 Maxwelton Ct.. Lexington 40508. 254-6062 
Sammons, William Pocahantas & Perry, Louisa 41230 
Sawyers, Willie. Rt. 5. Box 510. London 40741, 864-9262. 

)S25-4872 
Schwieniohann, Carl, 644 3rd.. Silver Grove 41035, 441- 

3826. 441-3873 
Shelton. James. 812 S. 2nd St.. Mayfield 42066. 247-9963. 

247-1431 
Simpson. Ron. 813 Riverside Dr.. Russell 41169. 836-4629, 

836-9681 
Slone. Burger. Rt. 3. Box .324. Catlettsburg 41129. 739-5346 
Strans. William W.. 121 Todds Rd. Apt. 47. Lexington 

40509. 269-4787. 299-6262 
Stver. Charles. RR 1. Box 177. Alexandria 41001. 635-5761, 

241-1865 
Taylor, Lucian Jr.. 208 Shive Lane Estates. Bowling Green 

42101. 781-2043. 842-5673 
Thompson. Samuel E.. Rt. 1. Box 29B. Freensburg 42743. 

932-4971. 932-4222 
Travin. Roger. 18 Alan Ct.. 237 Florence 41042. 371-9464, 

431-2578 
Trenkamp. Gene. 1880 Ray's Lane. Covington 41111. 491-1486 
Tucker. Jerome. 1339 Texas Ave.. Louisville 40217, 635-7965, 

896-1757 
Tyre. Don, 316 Senate Dr.. Frankfort 40601. 223-3668, 254- 

6612, Ext. 269 
Vinson. Ray. 610 Osage Ave.. Campbellsville 42718. 789- 

1621. 465-7863 
Vincent. Roy. Bee Spring 42207. 286-8331 
Walters. Charles. Box 54. Bulan 41722. 439-2830. 439-1758 
Walker. Joe. 508 E. Cedar St.. Franklin 42134. 586-3331, 

586-8283 
Welty. Barry Lee. End of Main. Apt. 8. Danville 40422 
Willis. William Kent. Rt. 2. Box 419. Ashland 41101. 928-6722 

Willingham. Mike. 2425 Park Dr. Apt, 5, Henderson 42420, 
826-7897, 827-3537 

Woodward, Bill, 2508 Gallahadion Ct.. Owensboro 42301, 
683-7705. 684-8811 



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K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION — 1977 




(Left to Right) Greg Smith, Curtis Jeffries, Ken Davis, Russ Hilsher, Jerry 
Eaves, Lee Baker, Jeff Lamp, Norman Miller, Peter Schmidt, Rodney Minor, John 
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VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL — RUNNER-UP 
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(Left to Right) Front Row: Keith Willis, Steve Page, Donald Smith, Mike Frank, Bobby Triplet!, Alfred Agee. 
Second Row: Mark Dowden, Cedric LaRue, Steve Martin, Steve Harris, Carl Decker, Gerry Burns, Sieve Williams, 
Rex While, Kevin Solyer. 

OWENSBORO HIGH SCHOOL — SEMI-FINALIST 
1977 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. Eddie Tichenor, Mgr. Ricky Neel. Second Row: Ass't Coach Adrian Hayes, Joe 
Murphy, Eric Anderson, Ricky Morton, Mark Rickard, Monroe Griffith, Cully Nelson, Keith Anderson, Kent McKenzic, 
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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIX— NO. 9 



APRIL, 1977 



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Minutes Of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Stouffer's Inn, 
LouisviUe, on Friday, March 18, 1977. The meet- 
ing was called to order by President George Sauer 
at 9:00 A.M. Present were Board members Ray 
Story, Denval Barriger, Jack Burkich, Eldon 
Davidson, C. W. Jones, Joseph McPherson, Nor- 
man Passmore and Glendon Ravenscraft; Com- 
missioner Tom Mills and Assistant Commissioners 
Dianne Caines and Louis Stout. Mr. Conley Maim- 
ing was present representing the State Depart- 
ment of Education and Darrell Wells represented 
the State School Board Association. The Invoca- 
tion was given by Norman Passmore. 

Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Joe 
McPherson, that the minutes of the January meet- 
ing be approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

The Board heard a request from Principal 
Cletus Hubbs, that the eligibility of Jimmy D. 
Garrison be restored at Atherton High School, 
Jimmy is ineligible under the provisions of By- 
Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule. Following the 
presentation and after considering the facts in the 
case, Ray Story moved, seconded by Jack Burkich 
that By-Law 6, Section 1, not be waived in this 
case. The motion passed unanimously. 

Principal Philip D. Back, Dawson Springs 
High School, came before the Board to request 
they waive By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule, 
in the case of Stan Cowan. Following the presen- 
tation and a lengthy discussion Denval Barriger 
moved, seconded by Norman Passmore, that By- 
Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule, not be waived 
in this case. All members voted aye. 

The Commissioner reported the results of 
the recent balloting for Board membership for 
Sections 1 and 6. The balloting in Section 1 was 
as follows: Arnold S. Oaken, 17; Barney Thweatt, 
16; Richard Vincent, 4. In Section 6, the votes 
were: Zeb Blankenship, 24 and Robert Hoagland, 
8. 

There was a discussion of new proposals to 
be submitted by the Board and member schools 
at the forthcoming 1977 Delegate Assembly. A 
list of these proposals appear elsewhere in this 
issue of the ATHLETE and copies have been sent 
to all member schools. Ray Story moved, second- 
ed by Eldon Davidson, that these proposals be 
submitted to the Delegate Assembly. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

The Commissioner reported on the progress 
of the Boys and Girls State Basketball Tourna- 
ments and requested the Board to set the dates 
and locations of the 1978 tournaments. Joe Mc- 
Pherson moved, seconded by Denval Barriger, 
that the 1978 Boys' State Basketball Tournament 
be held in Freedom Hall, Louisville. Five mem- 
bers voted in favor of the motion, three opposed 
and one abstained. The motion carried. 

Jack Burkich moved, seconded by Norman 
Passmore, that the 1978 Girls' State Basketball 
Tournament be held in Alumni Colliseum, on 
the Campus at Eastern Kentucky University, 
Richmond. All members voted aye. 

Jack Burkich moved that dates for the 1978 
Girls' State Basketball Tournament be set for 
March 15-18 and the Boys' Tournament March 
22-25. All members voted in favor of this motion. 



Chairman Eldon Davidson submitted tne re- 
port of the PoUcy Committee for discussion. Fol- 
lowing the discussion of the report. President 
Sauer requested the Committee to present their 
recommendations to the Board for consideration 
during the May meeting of the Board, and that a 
list of these recommendations be forwarded to 
each member of the Board prior to this meeting. 

Mr. Mills presented the request of Principal 
J. B. Moore, to permit Madison Central High 
School to return to Region II, District 2, in Class 
AAA football due to scheduling difficulties. Jack 
Burkich moved, seconded by Norman Passmore, 
that the request be approved. All members voted 
aye. 

Mr. MiUs presented a letter received from 
Mrs. Pat Dooley, President of KAPOS requesting 
the Board consider granting KAPOS three hun- 
dred dollars to help with the expense involved 
in presenting awards to the cheerleaders during 
Boys' State Basketball Tournament. Eldon David- 
son moved, seconded by Jack Burkich, that action 
on the request be delayed until the next meeting 
of the Board and that the Commissioner forward 
a copy of the letter to each Board member. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented the letter received from 
Principal Shirley D. Wagoner, Williamstown High 
School, requesting the Board to set a definite 
penalty into Rules and Regulations Governing 
Basketball for violations of Section XI which 
limits the number of players allowed to dress and 
participate in tournament games. Following the 
discussion of this request, it was the unanimous 
decision of the members of the Board that no 
change be made in the present wording of the 
rule. 

Glen Ravenscraft moved, seconded by Eldon 
Davidson, that all bill of the Association for the 
period beginning January 1, 1977, and ending 
February 28, 1977, be allowed. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

The next meeting date was scheduled for 
10:00 A.M., April 15, 1977, at the office of the 
K. H. S. A. A., Lexington. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 

1977 Annual Meeting 

The business meeting of the K.H.S.A.A. will 
be held on Friday, April 15, at 2:00 P.M., in the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association Build- 
ing, 560 East Cooper Drive, Lexington, Kentucky. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution, the following changes in 
the Constitution and By-Laws will be acted upon 
by the Delegate Assembly. 

PROPOSAL I 

Prin. Hugo Miller (McDowell High School) 
proposes that Article IV, Section 2, Sub-Section A 
be amended to read as follows: Members of the 
Board shall be elected for a period of four years 
by vote of the principals of member schools in 
each basketball region. 

To be eligible for membership on the Board 
of Control, one must be the principal, coach, ath- 
letic director or superintendent of a certified 
school or Board of Education. 

(Continued on Page Two) 



Page Two THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1977 

VOL. XXXIX— NO. 9 APRIL. 1977 9:00 A.M. -10:00 A.M. FeUowship of Christian 

„.,... ,. ,„ .„„.„, r~~ zzz TT" — TTZ Athletes Breakfast, Speaker: Mr. Amos Martin, 

Published monlhly, except June and July, by Ihe t ■ "n v + i 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association l-,OUlSVliie, iS.entUCKy. 

Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. o. Box 7502, 10:30 A.M. - 11:30 A.M. Individual Coaches 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 Sports - Spring Programs. 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 11:30 A.M. - 12:00 Noon Evaluation of Con- 

Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provid- vention 

Ma'°3 'i92li^''"°" ""■ '^'" °* October 3, 1917, authorized rj,^ pre-register send a $10.00 check payable 

„^y^ ' ■ n.«« uTT T c to: Kentucky Coaches and Athletic Directors Con- 
Editor — TOM MlLLb ,. 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL vention. 

Assistant Editor DIANNE H. GAINES Mail check to: 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT j^ George Kok 

Assistant Editor -^ ,"-j^-----~- ='^^^ ^- *'^= Pleasure Ridge Park High School 

BOARD OF CONTROL 5901 Greenvirood Road 

President George E. Sauer (1974-1978) LouisvUle LouisviUe, Kentucky 40258 

Vice-Pres. __ RAY STORY (1974-1978) RadcUff 

Directors __ Denval Barriger (1975-1979), Bowling Green; 

Jack BuTkich (1976-1980), Whitesburg; Eldon E. Davidson Annual Meetine 

(1973-1977), MonticeUo; C. W. Jones (1977), Farmingtop; .imiitiu. ^ v->.i. ^ 

Joseph McPherson (1976-1930), Louisville; Norman Pass- (Continued from Page One) 
more (1976-1980), Lexington; Glendon Ravenscraft (1976- 

1979), Alexandria; Paul Trimble (1976-1980), Paintsville. PROPOSAL II 

Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education representative. .,.., . ,., -TrMi /'^r ''^^ n tt- _i. c v. i\ 

Subscription Rate Sl.OO per year Prin. HugO Miller (McDowell High School) 

proposes that Article IV, Section 2, Sub-Section B 

be amended to read as follows: Each representa- 

^ ./ </^ . . ' /5^- tive and alternate to the Delegate Assembly must 

tjT^ff/K fAe (oommeiieo/ie/' i fleece ^g ^ j^igh school principal, or other faculty mem- 

ber, city or county athletic director or superin- 
tendent. 

Kentucky Coaches And Athletic Directors PROPOSAL III 

Annual rr.n-vpnfi'r.n Prin. Leo H. Brewsaugh (Bryan Station High 

Annual l..onvention School) proposes that By-Law 4, Age, be changed 

APRIL 29, 30. AND MAY 1, 1977 to read as follows: "A contestant becomes ineU- 

American Host Hotel, Clarksville, Indiana gible on his nineteenth birthday with the following 

Our inaugural High School Coaches and Ath- exceptions: If the age of nineteen is attained after 

letic Directors convention for all Coaches and the sport season has started, he remains eligible 

Athletic Directors in the State of Kentucky Will for the remainder of the season in that sport. 

be held at the American Host Hotel, ClarksviUe, For application of this rule, the faU sports season 

Indiana, on Friday evening, April 29, Saturday, shall begin on August 1, the winter sports season 

April 30, and until noon Sunday, May 1, 1977. on November 1, and the spring sports season on 

AGENDA ^P"l '■" 
Friday, April 29, 1977, 4:00 P.M. - Registration PROPOSAL IV 
$15.00 (Pre-registration - $10.00). The Board of Control proposes that the 
7:00 P.M. Invocation, Russ Gibson. second sentence of By-Law 21 be changed to read, 
Opemng Remarks — Coach Pat Dale, Mont- "a school maintaining a football team shall not 
gomery County High School, President of Ken- pjgy j^ore than twenty basketball games during 
tucky High School Coaches Association, Mr. the season and a school which does not maintain 
George Kok, Athletic Director at Pleasure Ridge a footbaU team shall not play more than twenty- 
Park High School, President of Kentucky High gjx games." 
School Athletic Directors Association. Note: If adopted, this change would not go 

Speaker: Mr. Tom Mills, Commissioner, Ken- into effect until the 1978-79 season, 
tucky High School Athletic Association. 

8:30 P.M. Get Acquainted Session. PROPOSAL V 

Saturday, April 30, 1977—8:00 A.M. Regis- Prin. BiU Perry (Ft. CampbeU High School) 

tration — 8:30 A.M. - 10:00 A.M. Athletic Direct- proposes that By-Law 27, Section 2, be changed 

ors Meeting - Delta Queen Room — 10:15 A.M. - to read: After a school has completed the football 

1 1 :30 A.M. Coaches Meeting - Mighty Ohio Room season and before the last day of school, no school 

—11:35 - 12:30 P.M. Visitation of Exhibitors — shall engage in football practice which requires 

12:30 P.M. - 1:50 P.M. Lunch and Speaker. the use of helmet or shoulder pads. The practice of 

LEGAL ASPECTS OF SPORTS te 'permmed'^° ''"^ '^""^^ ^"^^ ""^^^^ '°"*^'* "^'^ 

Speaker: Mr. Jim Komara, Principal, Craw- ' 

ford Junior Higr School, Lexington, Kentucky. 

Mr. Tommy Bell, Lexington Attorney and Inter- SPRING SPORTS SITES 

national speaker, As an N.F.L. Official, Mr. Bell Track — Class AAA Boys and Girls, Stuart 

has been selected the Referee in eight Champion- High School, Louisville, on May 19-20. Bro. 

ship games and two super bowl games. Former Borgia, St. Xavier High School, will manage the 

U. K. Football player. Holds the Distinguished meets. 

Alumni Award, University of Kentucky. Golf — Boys Team, Anderson Golf Course, 

2:00 P.M. - 3:00 P.M. Medical Aspects of Ft. Knox, on May 17-18. Boys Individual, Ander- 

Sports, Speaker to be selected. son Golf Course, Ft. Knox, on May 24-25. Girls 

2:00 P. M. - 3:00 P.M. Title IX, Speaker: Mr. Golf Team, Princeton Golf Course, Princeton, on 

Richard Jones, Coordinator of Physical Education, 'May 17-18. 

Fayette County Schools. Tennis — Boys and Girls, University of Ken- 

3:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M. Individual Coaches tuckv, Lexington, on June 3-4. 

Sports - Fall and Winter Programs. Baseball — Morehead University. Morehead, 

Sunday, May 1, 1977 on June 2-3. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1977 



Page Three 



SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR K.H.S.A.A. STATE TRACK MEET 



(Classes A, AA Boys & Classes A, A A Gixls) 
U. K. SPORTS CENTER — May 20-21, 1977 

PRELIMINARIES — Friday, May 20, 1977 



TRACK 






2:55 A Girls 


880 


Yd. 


Run 




10:00 A Girls 


440 Yd 


Relay 


3:10 AA Girls 


880 


Yd. 


Run 




10:10 AA Girls 


440 Yd. 


Relay 


3:25 A Boys 


220 


Yd. 


Dash 




10:20 A Girls 


60 Yd. 


Hurdles 


3:35 AA Boys 


220 


Yd. 


Dash 




10:30 AA Girls 


60 Yd. 


Hurdles 


3:45 A Girls 


220 


Yd. 


Dash 




10:40 A Boys 


120 Yd. 


Hurdles 


3:55 AA Girls 


220 


Yd. 


Dash 




10:50 A A Boys 


120 Yd. 


Hurdles 


4:05 A Girls 


Mile Relay 




11:00 A Girls 


100 Yd. 


Dash 


4:20 AA Girls 


Mile Relay 




11:10 AA Girls 


100 Yd. 


Dash 


4:35 A Boys 


Mile Relay 




11:20 A Boys 


100 Yd. 


Dash 


4:50 AA Boys 


Mile Relay 




11:30 AA Boys 


100 Yd. 


Dash 












11:40 A Girls 


880 Yd. 


Relay 












11:50 AA Girls 


880 Yd. 


Relay 


FIELD EVENTS — FINALS — 


Friday 


12:05 A Boys 


880 Yd. 


Relay 












12:20 AA Boys 


880 Yd. 


Relay 


12:00 










12:35 A Girls 


440 Yd. 


Dash 


Pole Vault — Boys AA 








Final 


12:45 A A Girls 


440 Yd. 


Dash 


Discus — Boys A 








Final 


12:55 A Boys 


440 Yd. 


Dash 


High Jump — Boys A 








Final 


1:05 AA Boys 


440 Yd. 


Dash 


Shot Put — Boys AA 
Long Jump — Girls A 








Final 
Final 


LUNCH BREAK 




















2:30 P.M. 










1:35 A Girls 


110 Yd. 


Hurdles 


Discus — Girls AA 








Final 


1:45 AA Girls 


110 Yd. 


Hurdles 


High Jump — Girls A 








Final 


1:55 A Boys 


180 Yd. 


Hurdles 


Shot Put — Girls A 








Final 


2:05 AA Boys 


180 Yd. 


Hurdles 


Long Jump — Boys A 








Final 


2:15 A Girls 


880 Yd. Medley Relay 


Triple Jump — Boys AA 






Final 


2:25 AA Girls 


880 Yd. Medley Relay 


Pole Vault — Boys A 








Final 


2:35 A Boys 


880 Yd. 


Run 












2:45 AA Boys 


880 Yd. 


Run 


FINALS — Saturday 


, May 21, 1977 





(In Regional Meets the track events should be run in this order) 



TRACK 




2:45 A Boys 880 Yd. Run 


11:00 A Girls 


440 Yd. Relay 


2:50 AA Boys 880 Yd. Run 


11:05 AA Girls 


440 Yd. Realy 


3:00 A Girls 880 Yd. Run 


11:15 A Girls 


60 Yd. Hurdles 


3:10 AA Girls 880 Yd. Run 


11:20 AA Girls 


60 Yd. HurdJes 


3:20 A Boys 220 Yd. Dash 


11:30 A Boys 


120 Yd. High Hurdles 


3:25 AA Boys 220 Yd. Dash 


11:35 AA Boys 


120 Yd. High Hurdles 


3:30 A Girls 220 Yd. Dash 


11:45 A Girls 


100 Yd. Dash 


3:35 AA Girls 220 Yd. Dash 


11:50 AA Girls 


100 Yd. Dash 


3:40 A Boys Two Mile Run 


11:55 A Boys 


100 Yd. Dash 


3:55 AA Boys Two Mile Run 


12:00 AA Boys 


100 Yd. Dash 


4:10 A Girls Mile Relay 


12:05 A Girls 


One Mile Run 


4:20 AA Girls Mile Relay 


12:15 AA Girls 


One Mile Run 


4:30 A Boys Mile Relay 


12:25 A Boys 


One Mile Run 


4:40 AA Boys Mile Relay 


12:35 A A Boys 


One Mile Run 


5:15 Team Awards Presentation 


12:45 A Girls 


880 Yd. Relay 




12:55 AA Girls 
1:05 A Boys 


880 Yd. Relay 
880 Yd. Relay 


FIELD EVENTS — FINALS — Satur 


1:15 AA Boys 


880 Yd. Relay 


12:00 


15 Minute Break 




Discus — Girls A 
High Jump — Boys AA 


1:45 A Girls 


440 Yd. Dash 


Shot Put — Boys A 


1:50 AA Girls 


440 Yd. Da^h 


Long Jump — Girls AA 


1:55 A Boys 


440 Yd. Dash 




2:00 AA Boys 


440 Yd. Dash 


2:30 P.M. 


2:05 A Girls 


110 Yd. Hurdles 




2:10 AA Girls 


110 Yd. Hurdles 


Discus — Boys AA 


2:15 A Boys 


180 Yd. Hurdles 


High Jump — Girls AA 


2:20 AA Boys 


180 Yd. Hurdles 


Shot Put — Girls AA 


2:25 A Girls 


880 Yd. Medley 


Long Jump — Boys AA 


2:35 AA Girls 


880 Yd. Medley 


Triple Jump — Boys A 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1977 



1977 Kentucky Stale High School Swimming Meet 

Eastern Ky. University, Richmond, Kentucky, February 25 - 26, 1977 
TEAM SCORING — CLASS AA BOYS 



TEAM 






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CN [Li 






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OS 



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55 






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Covington Catholic 


32 


24 


15 


21 


3 


34 


15 


22 


24 


19 


26 


229 


Dixie Heights 


10 


21 


29 








16 


9 


12 


17 


1 


32 


147 


Hopkinsville 


26 


13 





7 





10 


5 


13 


7 


16 


24 


121 


Highlands 


24 


6 





21 


18 





13 














80 


Model 


22 








14 


5 





7 


3 


3 


4 


14 


72 


Russell 








10 





24 


12 











5 


20 


71 


Danville 








11 


4 





5 


13 


7 


9 





22 


71 


Ky. Country Day 


4 


12 








22 





12 


11 


9 


9 


9 


61 


Lloyd 


20 





15 




















24 





59 


Fort Knox 


14 





4 








3 





1 


4 


13 





47 


Franklin County 


8 


3 








7 








2 





9 


18 


47 


Woodford County 








9 


9 














10 


12 


20 


40 


Lexington Catholic 





14 

















9 


5 





8 


36 


Jessamine County 











16 








16 














32 


Elizabethtown 


18 





























10 


28 


Newport Catholic 


6 


4 





1 


9 


4 


2 


1 











27 


Christian County 





2 








1 


9 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 


18 


Greenville 


























12 








12 


Beechwood 














4 




















4 


Newport Public 


2 





























2 


4 


Conner 


























2 








2 


Boone Co., Campbell Co., Daviess, Mac 


isonv 


lle-N. Hopkins 


















1. 200 Yard Medley Relay— 

Covington Catholic 1 

Hopkinsville 1 

Highlands 1 



46.2 

48.7 
;48.7 
51.9 
:55.5 
:56.8 



Model 1 

Lloyd 1 

Elizabethtown 1 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle- 
Ron Flerlage (CO 1:49.2 

Rives Duncan (HOP) 1:51.2 

Sam Blythe (KCD) 1:51.8 

David Bright (DDC) 1:52.9 

Steve Marshall (DIX) 1:54.9 

Mike Reynolds (LEX CATH.) 1:55.1 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley- 
Matt Williams (DIX) 2:02.0 

Dennis Bright (DIX) 2:08.0 

Keith Goodpaster (LLD) 2:10.0 

Scott Williams (DAN) 2:10.3 

Randv Strait (RUS) 2:12.8 

Bobby Peck (WOOD) 2:13.5 

Williams set a new state record with 
his time of 2:02.0. 

4. SO Yard Freestyle- 
Steve Shine (JESS) :22.8 

Bret Barbien (HIGH) :23.0 

Scott Williams (MOD) :23.2 

Mark Klaine (CO :23.3 

Steve Bodkin (CO :23.6 

Matt Fislier (WOOD) :23.7 

Shine set a new state record in this 
event with his time of :22.8. 



5. Fancy Diving — 

Wayne Schidte (HIGH) 394.05 

Dan Watson (RUS) 390.85 

Billy Tate (KCD) 354.20 

Robbie CottreU (RUS) 334.50 

Woody Franklin (KCD) 320.55 

Steve Burns (NO 312.55 



6. 100 Yard Butterfly— 

1. Dennis Bright (DIX) :53.0 

2. Steve Bodkin (CO :56.3 

3. Randy Strait (RUS) :57.7 

4. Mark Bezold (CO :57.9 

5. David Ruff (HOP) 1:00.7 

6. Jack Thurmond (CO 1:02.8 

Bright set a new state record with 

his time of :S3.0. 



7. 100 Yard Freestyle- 
Stephen Shine (JESS) 
Bret Barbiea (HIGH) . 
Sain Blythe (KCD) ___ 

Mark Klaine (CO 

Clay Lewis (DAN) 

Steve Marshall (DIX) 



49.3 
49.7 
50.4 
51.6 
52.5 
52.9 



8. 500 Yard Freestyle- 
Ron Flerlage (CO 5:02.5 

Rives Duncan (HOP) 5:04.2 

David Bright (DIX) 5:05.7 

Bruce Dorman (KCD) 5:06.0 

BiU Hofalre (CO 5:08.0 

Mike Reynolds (LEX CATH) _ 5:09.9 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke— 
1. Matt Williams (DIX) :54.7 

e. Brian Rutemiller (CO :59.0 

3. Rick Parinell (GREEN) 1:00.5 

4. Bob Kelly (CO 1:00.2 

5. Matt Fisher (WOOD) 1:01.3 

6. Todd WiUiams (DAN) 1:02.2 

Williams set a new state record in 

this event with his time of :54.7. 



10. 100 Yard Breaststroke — 

1. Mark Brandt (HOP) 1:02.4 

2. Keith Goodpaster (LLOYD) __ 1:02.8 

3. Bobby Peck (WOOD) 105.1 

4. Doug Reed (LLOYD) 1:05.3 

5. F. Marcinkowski (FK) 1:08.0 

6. David Amato (FO 1:09.0 

11. 400 Yard Freestyle ReUy— 

1. Dixie Heights 3:21.7 

2. Covington Catholic 3:24.1 

3. Hopkinsville 3:32.1 

4. DanviUe 3:34.1 

5. RusseU 3:45.1 

6. Franklin County 3:52.3 

Dixie Heights set a new state record 

in this event with their time of 3:21.7. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1977 



Page Five 



1977 Kentucky State High School Swimming Meet 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky — February 25-26, 1977 
TEAM SCORING— CLASS AA GIRLS 



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Notre Dame Aca. 24 15 

Villa Madonna Aca. 10 16 

Beech wood 32 13 

Highlands 22 4 

Model 26 

Dixie Heights 8 13 

Elizabethtown 20 2 

Franklin County 18 11 

Ky. Country Day 4 

Russell 

Danville 7 

Louisville Collegiate 14 9 

Conner 

Simon Kenton 

Daviess County 6 

Woodford County 

Christian County 

Hopkinsville 3 

Lloyd Memorial 2 

Scott County 

Fort Knox 

Madisonville N. Hopkins 

Campbell County 
Berea, Boone Co., Covington Cath., 




12 



3 

5 



7 


11 
23 




16 

9 



4 



1 



3 






Greenville, 



32 
1 


14 


16 

2 

12 


13 
3 











Jessamine Co., 



23 
10 

13 
16 

4 



2 



13 

7 

5 







10 
5 

12 


3 



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9 
16 















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Lexington 



10 
15 
23 

5 
16 

3 

10 



9 









4 



7 












Cath., 



3 

5 

12 

3 

11 

13 





16 

9 

14 
9 





7 








13 
7 

20 


2 

10 


9 




16 


13 



7 
5 






18 

25 
10 
9 
16 

7 
4 
1 







3 







26 

32 

6 

24 

8 

20 

10 

18 



22 

14 





















4 

7 



156 

131 

118 

113 

92 

87 

77 

63 

63 

60 

51 

44 

32 

25 

23 

17 

14 

10 

10 

10 

7 

4 

2 



Newport Cath., Newport Public 



I. 200 Yard Medley Relay— 

1. Beechwood 2:00.3 

2. Model 2:01.1 

3. Notre Dame Academy 2:02.0 

4. Highlands 2:03.3 

5. Elizabethtown 2:05.4 

6. Franklin Co. 2:05.4 

Beechvrood set a nevr stale record in 

this event with their time of 2:00.3. 



2. 200 Yard Free Style- 
Mary Jo Dressman — VM 1:57* 

Sue Ahlers— BEECH 2:04.0 

Lori Noelker- DIX 2:05.8 

Karen Hilborn— FC 2:06.4 

Chris Noelker— NDA 2:10.7 

Leyla Arik— COLLEGIATE __ 2:58.8 



3. 200 Yard Individual Medley — 



1. Karen Turner- CON 2:14.7 

2. Nancy McCormell— RUSS 2:19.5 

3. Michele Dressman— VM 2:20.1 

4. Blair Dahlem— KCD 2:21.3 

5. Terri Pennington- RUSS 2:25.1 

6. Joanna Roller— SIM 2:29.1 

Turner set a new state record with 

her tinte of 2:14.7. 



5. One Meter Diving — 

1. Denise Layton- DDC 362.70 

2. Leslie Gordon— DAN 301.50 

a. Lee Johnsoji— KCD 293.10 

4. Brenda Durrett— NDA 267.50 

5. Casey CahiU— HIGH 264.60 

G. B. J. Robinson— NDA 263.75 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly— 

1. Karen Turner— CON 58.89 

Lisa Buese— KCD 59.47 

Danell Heidrich— BEE 1:02.2 

«, Nancy McCormell— RUS 1:03.2 

S. Peggy Pauly— NDA 1:05.5 

Leyla Arik— COLL 1:09.4 

Turner set a new state record in this 

eve,nt with her time of :S8.8. 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle— 

1. Pegsv SaalfelcN-MOD :53.8 

P.. Mary Jo Dressman — VMA :53.9 

S. Sue Ahlers— BEE 56.3 

4. B. Boerger- BEE :56.9 

5. Donna Staub— NDA :59.7 

6. Julie Rougeux— FC 59.9 

SaaUeld set a new state record in 

this event with her time of :53.8. 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke — 

1. Jonna RoUer— SIM 1 

2. Daena Wilds— WOOD 1 

3. Chris Noelker— NDA 1 

4. B. Boerger— BEE 1 

5. Jana Willmoth— ELIZ 1 

6. Heidrich Julie — BEE 1 



05.4 
07.3 
07.4 
08.8 
09.5 
:09.8 



Roller set a new state record in this 
event with her time of 1:05.4. 



4. 50 Yard Freestyle — 

1. Peggy Saalfeld— MOD :24.9 

2. Karen Jagoe — DC :26.2 

3. Suzie Berling- NDA :26.5 

4. Donna Staub— NDA :26.8 

5. Terri Rechtin— HIGH :27.2 

6. Mary Lynn Roeding— VMA _._ :27.7 
Saalfeld set a new state record with 

her time of :24.3. 



8. 500 Yard Freestyle — 

1. Lisa Buese— KCD 5:10.6 

2. Lori Noelker— DIX 5:31.7 

3. D. Heodrich— BEE 5:32.4 

4. Fussie Saalfeld— MOD 5:45.2 

5. Patricia Alarie — DAN 5:51.1 

G. Frances Jones— COLL 5:51.4 

Buese set a new stale record in this 
event with her time of 5:10.6. 



10. 100 Yard Breaststroke — 

Michele Dressman — VMA 1 

Kim Cull— HIGH 1 

Julie Moeller— HIGH 1 

Kathy Lynch— ELIZ 1 

Carol Combs— MOD 1 

Susan Reed— DIX 1 



13.2 
13.4 
13.1 
13.1 
16.0 
17.1 



11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay- 
Villa Madonna Academy 3:57.8 

Notre Dame 3:57.4 

Highlands 4.03.2 

Russell 4:04.5 

Dixie Hts. 4:04.6 

Franklin Co. 4.05.8 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1977 



1977 Kentucky Slate High School Swimming Meet 

Plantation Country Club, Louisville, Kentucky, February 18-19, 1977 
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Paul Blazer 


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Bowling Green 


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Ballard 


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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay— 

1. Ballard 1:46.9 

2. Bowling Green 1:47.1 

3. St. Xavier 1:48.3 

4. Trinity 1:49.3 

5. Tates Creek 1:49.9 

6. Owensboro 1:56.4 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle 

1. Shane Strait. Blazer 1:49.5 

2. Gres Bobrow. Central 1:49.7 

3. Gary Bunch, Lafayette 1:51.1 

4. Bucky Stoess. Atherton 1:51.3 

5. Scott MiUer, St. Xavier 1:51.8 

6. Dennis Hand. Lafayette 1:56.8 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley— 

1. Rick Stamper. Blazer 2:02.8 

2. Chris Fusmann. Heru-y Clay _ 2:03.3 

3. J. Vanderslus, Ballard 2:03.7 

4. Eddie Pantoja. Trinity 2:06.1 

5. M. Hisle, Tates Creek 2:11.3 

6. Bill Padgett. Trinity 2:11.3 

4. 50 Yard Freeatyle— 

1. Jimmy Orr. Henry Clay 23.1 

2. Huehes Rice. Apollo 23.1 

3. Kelly Horrell. St. Xavier 23.4 

4. David Carpenter. Trinity 23.7 

5. Kent Horrell, St. Xavier 23.8 

6. Bob Wynkooo, Ballarl 24.1 



5. 1 M Diving — 

1. Bob Smock, Trinity 454.90 

2. John Goddard. Blazer 431.05 

3. Curt Dame, St. Xavier 373.80 

4. J. Miller, Bowling Green __. 342.15 

5. Greg Bennett, St. Xavier _-_ 340.85 

6. Donald Ware. St. Xavier 333.15 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly 

1. Doug Beard. Bowling Green __ 53.5 

2. Eddie Pantoja, Trinity 55.5 

3. Chris Fugmann. Henry Clay „ 55.6 

4. Kirk Buese, St. Xavier 56.2 

5. Hughes Rice, Apollo 58.9 

6. Mark McCure. Eastern 59.9 

Beard set a ne^v state record ¥rith 

his time of S3.5. 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle— 

1. Gary Bunch, Lafayette 50.7 

2. Greg Bobrow, Central 50.7 

3. John Gleason, St. Xavier 51.0 

4. Jimmy Orr, Henry Clay 51.4 

5. Kelly Horrell, St. Xavier 51.7 

6. K. Vandersluis. Central 52.1 

8. 500 Yard Freestyle— 

1. Bucky Stoess. Atherton 4:53.5 

2. Shane Strait, Blazer 4:58.2 

3. Kirk Buese. St. Xavier 4:59.0 

4. Scott Miller, St. Xavier 5:01.3 

5. Mike Higgs, St. Xavier 5:11.3 

6. Mike Young. Trinity 5:14.7 

Stoess set a n&vr stale record with 

his time of 4:53.5. 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke 

Rick Stamper. Blazer 56.9 

Bob Wvnkoop, Ballard 58.4 

M. Hisle, Tates Creek 58.4 

John Gleason, St. Xavier 58.5 

David Carpenter, Trinity 59.5 

Doug Beard, Bowling Green __ 59.7 



10. 100 Yard Breaststroke 



J. Vandersluis, Ballard 1 

David Pierce, Bowling Green 1 

Pat Schneider, St. Xavier — _ 1 

Bill Padgett. Trinity 1 

Scott Blann, Bowling Green . 1 

Jeff Mortlmor. Lafayette 1 



03.3 
06.3 
07.7 
07.8 
08.6 
10.0 



11. 400 Yard Free Relay— 

1. Trinity 3:24.8 

2. St. Xavier 3:24.8 

3. Henry Clay 3:29.6 

4. Paul Blazer 3:32.2 

5. Lafayette 3:33.9 

8. Central 3:37.0 

Trinity set a new state record with 
their time of 3:24.8. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1977 



Page Seven 



1977 Kentucky State High School Swimming Meet 

Plantation Country Club, Louisville, Kentucky, February 18-19, 1977 
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Sacred Heart 32 18 14 23 21 12 10 20 1'6 166 

Ballard 26 10 16 3 11 7 13 23 5 24 138 

Eastern 14 5 12 16 10 16 10 11 20 114 

Henry Clay 24 9 13 4 16 11 22 99 

Atherton 19 11 16 18 7 26 97 

Tares Creek 12 1 21 8 3 12 13 6 4 80 

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Owensboro 600000000006 

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I. 200 Yard Medley Relay 

1. Sacred Heart 1:58.1 

2. BaUard 1:59.6 

B. Henrv Clay 2:02.6 

4. Bowling Green 2:03.4 

5. Paul Blazer 2:06.6 



2. 200 Yard Freestyle 

1. Amy Lepping. Atherton 1:55.2 

2. Jan Nunn, Central 2:00.4 

3. D. Buban, Tates Creek 2:01.2 

4. Nancy Hennessy, Shawnee 2:02.3 

5. C. Morrison, Ballard 2:02.6 

6. Jennifer Ruggles. Henry Clay 2:08.5 
Lepping set a new state record with 

her time of 1:55.2. 



i. One Meter Diving — 

1. Meg Neyer, Blazer 

2. Julia Warner. Shawnee 

3. Patti Coots, AHS 

4. Pam Stone. Ballard 

5. Misty Parsons, Shawnee - 

6. Jackie Stephens. Western _ 

6. 100 Yard Buiterfly— 

Cindy Leigh, Henry Clay 

C. Dugan. Shawnee 

Amy Davis, Blazer 

Sally Davis. Blazier 

Teresa Brown. Eastern 

Kathy Pearson. Western _ 



3. 200 Yard Individual Medley 

Kathy Pearson, Western 2:15.6 

Cindy Leigh, Henrv Clay 2:18.0 

Kim Ryan, Eastern 2:18.6 

Rosemary Boone. Ballard 2:19.2 

Jane Sullivan. Shawrnee 2:19.5 

Sally Davis. Blazer 2:20.2 

4. SO Yard Freestyle — 

Carol Landry. Eastern 25.4 

Lynn Shiftier, Blazer 25.7 

E. Finney. Tates Creek 26.0 

Stephanie Davis. Atherton ___ 26.6 

C. Craycraft. Blazer 27.0 

P. Yackey. Tates Creek 27.4 



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381.95 
351.55 
295.70 
285.20 



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7. 100 Yard Freestyle- 
Carol Landry. Eastern 

Lynn Shlffler. Blazer 

C. Dugan. Shawnee 

Jennifer Ruggles. Heru-y Clay 

Stephanie Davis. Atherton 

Lisa Hays. Lafayette 



54.6 
55.3 
56.8 
57.3 
58.2 
58.3 



8. SOO Yard Freestyle— 

1. Aniv Lepping. Atherton 5:01.8 

2. Jan Nunn, Central 5:16.2 

3. D. Buban, Tates Creek 5:22.0 

4. Amy Davis. Blazer 5:26.7 

5. Linda Ransdell, Shawnee 5:31.7 

6. Cathy Morrison. Ballard 5:38.8 

Lepping set a new stale record with 

her time of 5:01.8. 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke- 
Rosemary Boone. Ballard __ 

E. Finney, Tates Creek 

Denise Vineyard. Lafayette 
Nancy Hennessy, Shawnee 

Kim Ryan. Eastern 

Martha Heit, Shawnee 



10. 100 Yaid Breaststroke— 

Jane Sullivan, Shawnee — - 
Becky Kitchen, Western __- 

C. Thompson. Manual 

Teresa Brown. Eastern 

Lisa Conley. Blazer 

Angle Neel. Bowling Green 



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:05.8 
:05.9 
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11.8 
13.3 
13.4 
13.5 
13.5 
14.3 



11. 400 Yard Free Relay- 
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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1977 



1977 BOYS' STATE TOURNAMENT BOX SCORE INFORMATION 



Game No. 1 — Session No. 1 

Laurel County — Raymond Reed 

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Woody 29 4 10 3 3 2 

Martin 25 3 10 2 2 5 

Justice 28 6 11 1 5 9 

Gilbert 32 4 7 

George 32 3 13 2 4 3 

Hendriclc 11 1 2 2 2 1 

Bruner 10 

Ransom 2 10 

Gossman 

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Dyche 10 

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Game No. 2 



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R. Newsome 25 

J. M. Newsome 27 

J. K. Newsome 20 



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Session No. 1 

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Dowden 
Page 
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Salyer 
LaRue 
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Martin 
Williams 
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Game No. 4 

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Humphrey 
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2 









160 31 64 13 20 32 14 17 75 

— Session No. 2 
Holmes — Reynolds Flynn 



pf tp 



13 
26 
24 

7 
4 
4 

2 
2 
7 
4 



160 39 60 15 27 31 18 28 93 



Game No. 5 — Session No. 3 

Lexington Catholic — Tommy Starns 



Player 
Boddn 
Haney 

S. Stewart 
Caudill 
Gallagher 
M. Stewart 
Wilcoxen 
Scott 
Staed 
Schuette 
Sherlock 
RossoU 
Totals 



min fg fga 



28 

17 

31 

32 

12 

15 

3 

3 



7 

4 

8 



10 

8 

16 
14 
4 
6 









fta reb 
2 8 
4 
8 7 
2 
2 

1 


4 
1 
1 



pf tp 

4 10 

5 2 
4 21 
22 
2 



Player 

Harkins 

Swift 

Kouach 

Swift 

Dummitt 

Allen 

Smith 

Cobb 

Arthur 

Wheeler 

Welch 

Henderson 

Totals 



Player 
Beckley 
Way 
Hun 
Booker 
Williams 
LeCompte 
Kennedy 
Lee 

Robinson 
Murphy 
Beach 
Ashby 
Totals 



Player 
Lawson 
Hart 
Ferguson 
Pence 
Robbins 
Cornelius 
Miracle 
Burchfield 
Stewart 
Mason 
Knuckles 
Fisher 
Totals 



Player 
Hudspeth 
B. Harcourt 
Gilliam 
Sims 
McHugh 
E. Harcourt 
W. Perry 
A. Perry 
Kunsare 
Richardson 
Thurman 
Wilson 
Totals 



Ashland 



min fg fga 



Paul Patterson 



23 

30 

26 

31 

24 

11 

8 







7 





7 
3 
11 
8 
5 
2 
4 



2 




fta reb 
3 9 

2 
10 17 

1 3 



31 7 15 



23 

22 

22 

24 

1 

17 

1 

1 

8 

9 

1 



9 

11 
2 
5 

6 

1 
3 
2 




Bell County — Harold Combs 
min fg fga ft fta reb 



31 

20 

27 

27 

31 

8 

1 

4 

8 

I 

1 

1 



11 

2 

14 

5 

10 
1 

2 
1 






2 

11 
1 
2 


4 
2 






10 

2 



12 12 



Murray — Carl Miller 



min fg fga 



32 
9 
8 

32 

32 



27 


20 



16 
4 


18 

12 



18 




fta reb 



5 


4 
10 
7 


7 




14 
1 

1 
2 
8 


11 




pf tp 
4 9 



4 
16 
12 
8 
3 
4 



2 




160 25 42 8 19 39 7 19 58 



Shelby County — Tom Creamer 

min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 



6 18 2 19 



10 
16 
5 
6 

4 

2 
2 
4 




160 28 54 12 17 39 3 13 68 



pf tp 



16 
4 

25 
3 
6 
2 

4 
2 






160 20 46 22 24 34 4 20 62 



pf tp 
2 22 
5 2 



4 10 10 








23 

17 



20 


14 





160 35 72 30 43 44 10 20 100 



160 26 58 11 16 31 8 19 63 



Player 
B. Frazer 
Lewis 
Cowan 
M. Pride 
J. Pride 
Smith 
Sheridan 
M. Duncan 
Curry 
J. Frazer 
Adkins 
G. Duncan 
Totals 



Union County — Ernon Simpson 



min fg fga 
22 1 4 
31 7 
30 13 

1 

5 







3 









31 
30 
1 
1 
4 
7 
1 
1 
1 



16 
18 
6 
11 
1 
1 

3 
1 





ft 

2 
8 
3 
4 










fta reb 
4 



12 
11 
2 
4 





1 






pf tp 

4 2 



160 30 61 17 19 36 7 



16 

34 
5 

14 



6 




77 



THE KENTUCKY 


HIGH 


3CHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 


1977 






Page 


Eleven 


1977 BOYS 


' STATE TOURNAMENT BOX SCORE INFORMATION 




Game No. 6 


— Session No. 3 
































Owensboro 


— Bobby Watson 










M.C. Napiei 


— Albert Combs 








Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min fg 


fga ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Cotton 


28 


4 


8 








2 





4 


8 


Delpont 


32 4 


12 3 


4 


5 





4 


11 


James 


32 


8 


12 


6 


7 


10 


2 


1 


22 


D. Napier 


32 1 


2 





9 


1 


2 


2 


Gtiffith 


25 


3 


11 








7 





4 


6 


Whitaker 


32 3 


6 7 


7 


5 





3 


13 


Talbott 


32 


6 


13 


2 


4 


5 





3 


14 


Jones 


32 4 


12 





7 





4 


8 


Hinton 


24 


1 


3 


5 


6 


4 





1 


7 


G. Napier 


32 11 


27 7 


10 


3 





4 


29 


Morton 


8 


1 


2 


1 


2 








2 


3 


Baker 























McKenzie 


6 


2 


3 








1 








4 


Hamilton 























K. Anderson 


5 


1 


1 








2 





2 


2 


Blair 























Rikard 





























Campbell 























Murphy 





























Gambia 























Belcher 





























Holland 























E. Anderson 





























K. Napier 























Totals 


160 


26 


53 


14 


19 


35 


2 


17 


66 


Totals 


160 23 


59 17 


21 


31 


1 


17 


63 


Game No. 7 


— Session No. 4 
































Bath County — 


Gary Taylor 










Glasgow 


— Bobby Cook 








Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min fg 


fga ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Vanderplans 


32 





3 








8 





2 





Depp 


28 1 


3 





9 


1 


2 


2 


Stull 


21 





4 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


Glover 


32 


1 3 


4 


2 


1 


1 


3 


Earl Jones 


22 


1 


1 








4 





2 


2 


Vannebb 


32 10 


22 8 


9 


15 





3 


28 


Scott 


32 


6 


15 


6 


8 


2 


1 


1 


18 


Motley 


28 3 


7 1 


2 


1 


1 


5 


7 


Bruce Jones 


28 


11 


18 


2 


3 


2 


1 


4 


24 


Buford 


2 














1 





Plummer 


21 


2 


6 





1 


3 





1 


4 


Staten 























Hurst 





























Harris 























Suttles 





























Bush 


28 4 


9 





6 








8 


Boyd 





























Francis 


10 1 


2 





1 





1 


2 


Bohn 





























Mansfield 























Little 


4 


1 


3 








1 





1 


2 


















Crouch 














































Totals 



160 21 50 9 15 23 3 12 51 



Totals 



160 19 44 12 15 40 3 13 50 



Game No. 8 — Session No. 4 



Ballard — Richard Schmidt 



Taylor County — Fred Waddle 



Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Lamp 


17 


10 


13 


3 


3 


8 


2 





23 


Webster 


27 


1 


7 


1 


2 


4 





2 


3 


Raker 


24 


9 


11 


3 


6 


4 





2 


21 


Shaw 


25 


4 


7 








1 





2 


8 


Miller 


24 


4 


5 








7 


3 


3 


8 


Hatcher 


29 


3 


6 


4 


5 


5 





1 


10 


Eaves 


19 


/ 


11 


2 


4 


2 


1 


1 


16 


Cox 


23 


3 


7 








1 





2 


6 


Jeffries 


18 


3 


4 


1 


2 


3 


2 


2 


7 


Parsons 


19 


4 


11 





2 


3 


1 


1 


8 


Seller 


10 














I 











Wright 


8 





2 


1 


2 








2 


1 


Dunbar 


14 


2 


6 


1 


2 


1 


1 


2 


5 


Richardson 


9 


3 


5 


3 


3 


6 





3 


9 


Stanley 


13 


3 


8 


1 


2 


1 





1 


7 


Gabehart 


2 








2 


2 


2 








2 


Smith 


5 





1 








1 





1 





Rexroat 


7 


1 


1 


2 


3 


3 





3 


4 


A. Miller 


7 





4 


3 


5 


2 





3 


3 


Bridgewater 


5 








2 


2 


2 





3 


2 


Hilsher 


6 


1 


4 








1 








2 


Brockman 


3 





"1 








1 





1 





Hixenbaugh 


3 





2 


2 


2 








1 


2 


Sloan 


3 


1 


2 


2 


2 


5 








4 


Totals 


160 


39 


69 


16 


26 


35 


9 


16 


94 


Totals 


160 


20 


49 


17 


23 


34 


1 


20 


57 


Game No. 9 — 


- Session No. 5 




































Ashland — 


- Paul Patterson 










Shelby County — 


Tom Creamer 








Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Harkins 


32 


7 


11 


3 


4 


7 





4 


17 


Beckley 


31 


8 


15 





1 


5 





5 


16 


M. Swift 


32 


4 


9 


2 


3 


4 


I 


2 


10 


Way 


23 





2 








3 





1 





Kovach 


31 


1 


8 


2 


5 


13 


2 


1 


4 


Hart 


24 


4 


6 





2 


5 





5 


8 


G. Swift 


32 





2 


I 


3 


1 


2 


2 


1 


Booker 


29 


2 


8 








3 


2 


1 


4 


Dummitt 


32 


5 


6 


2 


5 


2 





3 


12 


Williams 


16 


1 


3 








2 





2 


2 


Allen 


1 


























LeCorapte 





























Smith 





























Kennedy 


12 


2 


6 








4 





1 


4 


Cobb 





























Lee 





























Arthur 





























Robinson 


6 


2 


2 








1 





1 


4 


Wheeler 





























Murphy 


1 





1 








1 





2 





Welch 





























Beach 


18 


1 


4 


2 


2 


2 





2 


4 


Henderson 





























Ashby 





























Totals 


160 


17 


36 


10 


20 


29 


5 


12 


44 


Totals 


160 


20 


47 


2 


5 


27 


2 


20 


42 


Game No. 10 


— Session 


No. 


5 


































Valley - 


— Glenn 


Collie 










Murray 


— Carl Miller 










Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Agee 


10 


5 


5 














5 


10 


Hudspeth 


29 


3 


6 





2 


5 





1 


6 


Harris 


30 


11 


17 


2 


6 


11 


4 


2 


24 


B. Harcourt 


26 


6 


9 





2 


2 





5 


12 


Decker 


31 


6 


12 


3 


4 


9 


4 


3 


15 


Gilliam 


29 


2 


5 


4 


6 


7 





1 


8 


Dowden 


29 


4 


8 








1 


4 


2 


8 


Sims 


30 


4 


10 








3 


2 


2 


8 


Page 


31 


7 


11 


3 


6 


1 


2 





17 


McHugli 


25 


5 


7 


4 


6 


3 


2 





14 


Burns 


21 


4 


5 





1 


5 


2 


3 


8 


E. Harcourt 


1 


























Salyer 


2 














2 











W. Perry 


1 





1 




















LaRue 


1 


























A. Perry 


8 


5 


10 


3 


5 


8 





4 


13 


White 


2 














1 


I 








Kursare 


1 


























Martin 


1 




















1 





Richardson 


8 





2 














2 





Williams 


1 


























Thurman 


1 


























Triplett 


1 


























Wilson 


1 


























Totals 


160 


37 


58 


8 


17 


32 


17 


16 


82 


Totals 


160 


25 


50 


11 


21 


30 


4 


15 


61 



Page Twelve 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1977 



1977 BOYS' STATE TOURNAMENT BOX SCORE INFORMATION 



Game No. 11 — Session No. 6 

Union County — Ernon Simpson 



Owensboro — Bobby Watson 



Player 


min fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Frazier 


8 1 


1 








1 








2 


Cotton 


32 


3 


8 


3 


4 


4 





1 


9 


Lewis 


32 9 


19 


3 


6 


8 





3 


21 


James 


29 


4 


7 


2 


3 


8 


1 


4 


10 


Cowan 


27 9 


13 








11 





4 


18 


Griffith 


32 


8 


15 


4 


4 


7 





3 


20 


M. Pride 


30 2 


6 


3 


5 


5 


1 


3 


7 


Talbott 


32 


2 


8 


2 


2 





1 


2 


6 


J. Pride 


27 2 


7 








2 


1 


2 


4 


Hinton 


32 


5 


5 





1 


3 


1 


2 


10 


Smith 


























^lorton 


3 


























Sheridan 


























McKenzie 





























Duncan 


4 























K. Anderson 





























Day 


12 


2 














4 





Rickard 





























Curry 


20 1 


4 








4 








2 


Murphy 





























White 


























Nelson 





























Waggner 


























E. Anderson 





























Totals 


160 24 


52 


6 


11 


32 


2 


16 


54 


Totals 


160 


22 


43 


11 


14 


23 


3 


12 


55 


Game No. 


12 — Session 


No. 


6 


































Bath County — 


Gary Taylor 










Ballard 


— 


Richard 


Schmidt 








Player 


min fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Vanderplaat 22 :) 


3 


1 


2 


3 





2 


1 


Lamp 


21 


9 


14 


6 


6 


6 


2 


2 


24 


Stull 


29 3 


6 





1 


9 


1 


3 


6 


Raker 


22 


6 


12 








8 


1 


1 


12 


E. Jones 


13 


1 








1 





4 





Miller 


25 


4 


5 


1 


2 


5 


1 


2 


9 


Scott 


31 13 


29 


6 


15 


2 





2 


32 


Eaves 


23 


6 


10 


1 


2 


7 


1 


1 


13 


B. Jones 


10 1 


4 





1 


2 





2 


2 


Jeffries 


14 


4 


4 


2 


2 


1 


2 


3 


10 


Plummet 


23 2 


8 








3 





1 


4 


Seller 


14 








1 


3 


3 





1 


1 


Surtles 


4 


1 








1 





1 





Dunbar 


9 


1 


2 


2 


2 


1 





4 


4 


J. Boyd 


3 











1 





3 





Stanley 


9 











1 


3 





5 





Bohn 


1 

















1 





Smith 


6 


1 


2 








1 


2 


1 


2 


Little 


21 4 


10 








2 





2 


8 


Miller 


7 


2 


3 


3 


3 


4 








7 


W. Boyd 


2 


1 








2 











Hixenbaugh 


3 





1 


1 


2 


2 








1 


Conyers 


1 























Parrott 


7 


3 


3 


1 


3 


1 


2 





7 


Totals 


160 23 


63 


7 


19 


29 


1 


21 


53 


Totals 


160 


36 


56 


18 


26 


43 


11 


20 


90 


Game No. 


13 — Session 


No. 


7 


































Ashland — 


- Paul Patterson 










Valley - 


- Glenn 


CoUie 








Player 


min fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Harkins 


31 7 


18 


2 


5 


16 


1 


4 


16 


Agee 


31 


4 


12 


1 


2 


7 


2 


4 


9 


M. Swift 


29 4 


12 


1 


2 


4 


1 


2 


9 


Harris 


31 


8 


11 





2 


7 


1 


2 


16 


Kovach 


23 5 


8 








9 


1 


3 


10 


Decker 


31 


6 


11 


2 


2 


6 


2 


3 


14 


G. Swift 


31 1 


4 


2 


2 





2 


3 


4 


Dowden 


31 


2 


2 





1 


2 


3 


1 


4 


Dummitt 


27 


2 


2 


2 


1 





1 


2 


Page 


31 


4 


6 


1 


2 





2 


2 


9 


Allen 


9 1 


3 








1 





1 


2 


Burns 


1 














2 











Smith 


1 























Salyer 


1 








4 


5 








1 


4 


Cobb 


1 








1 














LaRue 





























Arthur 


1 























White 


1 




















1 





Wheeler 


1 























Martin 


1 


























Welch 


5 1 


3 

















2 


Williams 





























Henderson 


1 























Triplett 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


1 








3 


Totals 


160 19 


50 


7 


12 


31 


5 


14 


45 


Totals 


160 


25 


43 


9 


16 


26 


10 


14 


59 


Game No. 


14 — Session No. 7 




































Owensboro 


— Bobby Watson 










Ballard 


— 


Richard 


Schmidt 








Player 


min fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Cotton 


30 2 


4 








2 





3 


4 


Lamp 


31 


11 


17 


7 


7 


7 


2 





29 


James 


31 8 


16 


1 


1 


5 





2 


17 


Raker 


31 


4 


10 








3 





1 


8 


Griffith 


31 4 


12 


3 


3 


6 





1 


11 


N. Miller 


31 


3 


6 





2 


8 


1 


4 


6 


Talbott 


23 7 


11 








5 


1 


5 


14 


Eaves 


31 


7 


9 


5 


6 


2 








19 


Hinton 


27 2 


5 














2 


4 


Jefferies 


31 


2 


5 








5 


1 


3 


4 


Morton 


12 


1 








1 





1 





Seller 


I 


























Nelson 


1 























Dunbar 


1 





1 




















McKenzie 


1 























Stanley 


1 


























Anderson 


2 2 


3 








1 








4 


Smith 


1 


























Rickard 


1 























A. Miller 


1 


























Murphy 


























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Belcher 


1 











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Totals 


160 25 


52 


4 


4 


22 


2 


14 


54 


Totals 


160 


27 


48 


12 


15 


27 


4 


8 


66 


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27 3 


7 


9 


14 


4 





3 


15 


Lamp 


32 


16 


21 


11 


14 


10 


1 


4 


43 


Harris 


31 4 


11 


2 


3 


6 





5 


10 


Raker 


32 


2 


5 


3 


4 


7 


1 





7 


Decker 


32 3 


10 


7 


8 


5 





4 


13 


Miller 


28 


1 


2 








4 


1 


4 


2 


Dowden 


31 5 


5 


4 


5 


1 


1 


2 


14 


Eaves 


29 


3 


6 


1 


3 


1 





5 


7 


Page 


31 3 


7 


1 


1 








2 


7 


Jefferies 


28 


4 


4 


1 


2 


3 





5 


9 


Burns 


7 











2 





2 





Seller 


10 











1 


2 





3 





Salyer 


1 























Dunbar 





























LaRue 


























Stanley 





























White 


























Smith 


1 











1 














Martin 


























Miller 





























Williams 


























Hilsher 





























Triplett 


























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160 18 


40 


23 


31 


18 


1 


18 


59 


Totals 


160 


26 


38 


16 


25 


30 


3 


21 


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Lexington, Kentucky 
April 6, 1977 



Dear Principal: 



At the April 15, 1977 meeting, the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control voted to continue to 
provide catastrophe injury insurance for all high school athletes for 1977-78. 

Briefly stated, the K.H.S.A.A. catastrophe plan contains the following provisions: 

1. $1,000 deductible clause; 

2. Up to $25,000 in medical benefits per injury (after the deductible has been 
satisfied and after the benefits from all other insurance has been con- 
sidered); 

3. Coverage for students engaging in, practicing for, or traveling to or from, 
all activities under the jurisdiction of the K.H.S.A.A. and tre direct super- 
vision of a school employee; 

4. Coverage for all registered officials of the K.H.S.A.A., while officiating, or 
traveling to or from the game they are to officiate; 

5. Coverage for medical expense incurred within two years following the date 
of injury; 

6. The deductible is eliminated for injuries sustained during a state series of 
tournaments or meets. 

The plan is underwritten by Sentry Life Insurance Company and is administered by 
Doug Ruedlinger, Inc. If you desire additional information, we suggest you write our 
catastrophe insurance consultant, Mr. John Joy, P.O. Box 3194, Johnson City, Tenn., 
or call him, 615-928-7381. 

Several plans are available to supplement the K.H.S.A.A. catastrophe program. The 
K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control does not sponsor, recommend, or require any school 
system to purchase or make available any type of athletic insurance within their 
school district. 



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Commissioner 



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Gathers, Rachel Bruner, Janet Lowe, Paula Carson, Vickie Hensley, Sharon Garland, 
Lisa Collins, Elizabeth Louthon, Melanie Cochran, Carla Campbell, Renee Bowers, 
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(Left to Right) Front Row: Tina Vance. EUlna Scott, Oo;nna Hazzard, Lee Caywood, Judy Henry, Mary Zuniga, 
Stacie McCarty, Patty Zuniga. Second Row: Mgr. Janet Dodge. Anita Woodford, Leah Boardman, Cathy Stiles, Beth 
Wilkerson, Regina Woodford, Tanya Crumbie, Jennie Redwine, Dee Dee Stiles, Coach Judy Cox. 



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1977 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) An't. Coach Randy WlUiams, B. Henderson, K. Cobb, M. Wheeler, D. Arthur, M. Swift, T. Welch, 
J. KovBch, J. Harkin, D. Allen, D. Smith, D. Dummitt. G. Swift, Coach Paul Patterson. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIX— NO. 10 



MAY, 1977 



$1.00 Per Year 



Newly Eleaed Board Members 





Arnold S. Oaken 



Zeb Blankenship 



Prin. Arnold S. Oaken of Trigg County High 
School and Prin. Zeb Blankenship of Jessamine 
County High School will represent Sections 1 and 
6 respectively on the Board of Control for a four 
year period, beginning July 1. 1977. 

Arnold Oaken is a native of Miami, Florida, 
where he graduated from Miami Beach High 
School in 1950. He received his B. S. and M. S. 
degrees from Western Kentucky University. He 
also received his Rank 1 Leadershiij Certificate 
from Western Kentucky University in 1966 and 
has done post graduate work at Indiana Univer- 
sity. 

Beginning in 1957, Mr. Oaken held the position 
of teacher, coach, guidance counselor and assistant 
principal in the Madisonville High School System, 
and was Assistant Principal of Tell City High 
School during the 1964-65 school year. He held 
the position of Principal of Henry County High 
School until he assumed his present position in 
1968. 

While attending Western Kentucky University, 
Mr. Oaken participated in football and track and 
was named to the All-Ohio Valley Conference 
team in both sports. He is a member of several 
professional and civic orgcuiizations and has re- 
ceived many honors. 

Mr. Oaken is married to the former Miss Mary 
Ray Stun of Madisonville and they have a nine 
year old son. Dean Arnold Oaken. They are mem- 
bers of the United Methodist Church. 

Zeb Blankenship. Principal of the Jessamine 
County High School, has been elected to member- 
ship on the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control, rep- 
resenting Section 6. 

Mr. Blankenship is a native of Elkhorn City, 
Kentucky, where he was graduated from high 
school in 1945. He was a member of the then 
Cumberland High School basketball team which 
represented the 15th Region in the State High 
School Basketball Tournament in 1943, 1944, and 
in 1945 and later played for the Kentucky All- 
Star Team which was coached by Ed Diddle of 
Western. He received a scholarship to the Uni- 
versity of Kentucky, where after the Freshman 
season he was called into service in the U. S. 
Army. 

Upon discharge from the Army Mr. Blanken- 
ship attended the University of Louisville and 
Pikeville College. He was graduated from the 
University of Kentucky in 1952 and received 
the Standard Leadership Certificate in 1969 fiom 
U. K. 



Zeb Blankenship has been associated with 
Pike County Schools in Virgie and Belfry as a 
teacher and coach; at Madison-Model in Rich- 
mond; at Mercer County High School and since 
1967 has served in his present capacity as prin- 
cipal of Jessamine County Senior High School. 
He is an active member of the Kentucky As- 
sociation of School Administrators. 

Mr. Blankenship's wife, Nel, is employed by 
the Department of Social Services in Frankfort. 
They have twin daughters, Kathy and Barbara 
and two sons Chuck and Scott. 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
office on Friday morning, April 15, 1977. The 
meeting was called to order by President George 
Sauer at 10:00 A.M. with Board members Denval 
Barriger, Jack Burkich, Eldon Davidson, C. W. 
Jones, Joseph McPherson, Norman Passmore, Glen 
Ravenscraft, Ray Story, Paul Trimble; Commis- 
sioner Tom Mills and Assistant Commissioners 
Dianne Caines, Louis Stout and BiUy V. Wise 
present. Mr. Darrell Wells was present represent- 
ing the State School Boards Association. The in- 
vocation was given by Glen Ravenscraft. 

Ray Story moved, seconded by Eldon David- 
son, that the reading of the minutes of the previous 
meeting be waived since members of the Board 
had received copies of these minutes in the mail. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Jack Kelley came before the Board to 
appeal the decision of the Commissioner to suspend 
him as an official for one year for his failure to 
officiate an assigned basketball game. Following 
his presentation, Mr, Kelley thanked the members 
of the Board for the opportunity to appeal his 
case. After discussing the appeal, Eldon Davidson 
moved, seconded by Glen Ravenscraft, that the 
ruling of the Commissioner be upheld. 

Mike Young, a student at Lexington Catholic 
High School came before the Board to request 
reinstatement of his eligibility. He was accom- 
panied by Coach Robert L. Gilmore. Mike is in- 
eligible under the provisions of By-Law 6. Section 
1. Transfer Rule. Following the presentation of 
this case, Norman Passmore moved, seconded by 
Ray Story that By-Law 6, Section 1. not be waived 
in this case. The motion passed unanimously. 

Assistant Commissioner Billy Wise reported 
the attendance at the Boys' State Basketball Tour- 
nament at aoproximately 75,000. The gross receipts 
from the Boys' Tournament was approximately 
$296,123.25. 

The Girls' State Basketball Tournament had 
an attendance of approximately 25.371 and gross 
receipts of aporoximately $76,481.00. A complete 
audit of both these tournaments will appear in the 
August issue of the "Athlete." Denval Barriger 
moved, seconded by Joe McPherson, that the tour- 
nament report be accepted as presented. The 
motioii carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented a request from Prin. 

Danny Click requesting that Estill County High 

School be permitted to move fron basketball 

District 44, Region 11. to District 40, Region 10. 

(Continued on Page Six) 



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Please note the corrections for Class AAA Livers Joseph Wingfield Felix 

Girls State Swimming Results th^t was incorrect- McMurtrey, Tom Wright, John David 

ly printed m the April 1977 ATHLETE TTie fol- Markham, Stan Zirnheld, Leonard 

lowing events were listed as Shawnee s Swimmers Marlette Ron 
and times and should have been: SACRED 
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ijll 51A111 1K.A*^IV ivmni Chatoney, Jack Miles, Ralph 

The K.H.S.A.A. State Track Meet on May 20- Cheak, Harry Moore, Phillip 

21 at the University of Kentucky will be televised Clarke, Noble Jr. Morris, Larry 

by K.E.T - T.V. Clarke, Noble III Newton, Joseph 

This meet will be shown on K.E.T.-TV Mon- Collins, Dermot J. Parker, Larry 

day. May 30, 8:00 P.M. (E.D.T.) and Tuesday, >^°'^i"- "^^'S^?, , ^^^t^' ^\ , 

May 31, 8:00 P.M. ' Compton Delbert Pe phrey, Jack 

Cooper, Willie Pelphrey, Joe 

Davis, Jay Pietrowski, Paul 

Davis, Ralph W. Ramey, Gary 

Approved and Certified Baseball Officials ^lY?^^' ^^-^7^^ ?°°/' ^^Yi'^ 

Elliott, Billy Sackett, Eugene 

Some one hundreti ten K.H S A.A officials Fallin, George Simpson, Ron 

registered in baseball took the National Federa- -c, ■ ut-,,- o .;, t4 

tion Test for the higher ratings on April 11, 1977. Francis, William Smith, Benny 

Gibbons, Gary Spalding, Charles 

Certified Gibson, Gary Straus, William 

Ashley, Kenneth Butcher, Douglas Goad. Dale Swart, James D. 

Bell, Ronald Butcher, Stephen Green, Jimmie Thomas, Mike 

Bernardini, Bruno Chasteen, Earl r- „* t o,, c- i 

Bertsch, Ronald Crager Bobby F Gupton, Lawrence Thompson, Samuel 

Brause, Allan R. Gulp, Leo Hamilton, Paul Tomerlin, Allen 

Brown, John W. Daniel, Roger Henry, Barry Tucker, Charles 

Bullock James Daniels, Robert A. Herp, Kenneth VanHooser, Phillip 

Burdette, Wally Day, Jack „,, ^, . t^ n 

Burgess, Richard Deaton, Larry ^^'"- ^^^^ Vinson, Ray 

Burkeen, Phillip Dill, Roger Hilpp, Louis Wagner, Stephen 

Bushkar, John Duerson, W. R. Hines, Michael Wyatt, Whayne D. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1977 



Page Three 



Minutes Of Annual Meeting 

The sixtieth annual meeting of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association Delegate Assemb- 
ly was held at the office of the K.H.S.A.A., Lexing- 
ton, on Friday afternoon, April 15, 1977. The in- 
vocation was given by Jack Burkich. 

President George Bauer, Jr., called the meeting 
to order at 2:00 p.m. and asked Commissioner Tom 
Mills to call the roll. Forty-eight elected delegates 
or alternates answered the roll call. 

Commissioner Mills then presented a report 
on the activities of the Association during the 
1976-77 school year. Mr. Charles Honeycutt moved, 
seconded by Kenneth Ralston, that the report be 
accepted. The motion carried. (The Commissioner's 
report is printed elsewhere in this issue of the 
ATHLETE.) 

President Sauer stated that presentation of 
proposals was the next order of business. Mr. 
James PursLful moved, seconded by Mr. Zeb Blank- 
enship, that Projwsal I be tabled. Proposal I states 
that Article IV, Section 2, Sub-Section A be a- 
mended to read as follows: "Members of the Board 
shall be elected for a period of four years by vote 
of the principals of member schools in each basket- 
ball region. To be eligible for membership on the 
Board of Control, one must be the principal, coach, 
athletic director, or superintendent of a certified 
school or Board of Education." The motion passed. 

Mr. James A. Pursiful moved that Proposal II, 
stating that Article IV, Section 2, Sub-Section B 
be amended to read as follows: "Each representat- 
ive and alternate to the Delegate Assembly must 
be a high school principal, or other faculty mem- 
ber, city or county athletic director or superin- 
tendent" be tabled. Mr. Walter Pickett seconded 
the motion and it was carried. 

Mr. Ray Story moved, seconded by Mr. Joe 
Judy, that Proposal III be adopted. Proposal III 
states that By-Law 4, Age, be changed to read as 
follows: "A contestant becomes ineligible on his 
nineteenth birthday with the following exceptions: 
If the age of nineteen is attained after the sport 
season has started, he remains eligible for the re- 
mainder of the season in that sport. For application 
of this rule, the fall sports season shall begin on 
August 1, the winter sports season on November 
1, and the spring sports season on April 1." The 
motion failed to carry. 

Mr. Jack Hall moved, seconded by Mr. Arthur 
K. Draut, that Proposal IV be adopted. Proposal 
rV states that the second sentence of By-Law 21 
be changed to read, "A school maintaining a foot- 
ball team shall not play more than twenty basket- 
ball games during the season and a school which 
does not maintain a football team shall not play 
more than twenty-six games." If adopted, this 
change would not go into effect until the 1978-79 
season. The motion failed to carry. 

Mr. Allan Osborne moved, seconded by Mr. 
Jack Ball, that Proposal V be tabled. Proposal V 
states that By-Law 27, Section 2, be changed to 
to read: "After a school has completed the foot- 
ball season and before the last day of school, no 
school shall engage in football practice which re- 
quires the use of helmet or shoulder pads. The 
practice of skills which do not require full speed 
contact will be permitted." The motion failed to 
carry. 

Mr. Rav Story then moved, seconded bv Mr. 
Ron McAllister, that Proposal V be adopted. The 
motion failed to receive the necessary two-thirds 
vote for passage. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned by President George Sauer, Jr. 



GAME GUY AWARD 




Terry Shrum 

The Game Guy Trophy is annually awarded 
to the one athlete in the State of Kentucky who 
has overcome a physical handicap and participated 
in high school athletics. Terry Shrum was the 
unanimous choice of the K. H. S. A. A. for the 
1977 Award. 

Terry's handicap is an undeveloped leg which 
is half an inch shorter than his other leg. With 
a built-up shoe, Terry still lacks the maneuver- 
ability of other athletes and often gets bad falls 
during the heat of the game. 

Terry has received many outstanding honors 
during his high school career. He was selected to 
the all-district team twice, all-regional team twice 
and was picked in a pre-season poll as the top 
player in Region 12. In addition, he is a member 
of the National Honor Society and is president 
of the senior class. 

In nominating Terry for the Award, Monti- 
cello's Principal, Eldon Davidson said: "Terry has 
overcome a serious handicap that he has had 
since birth and in spite of doctor's opinion that 
he would never be able to participate in sports, 
he has prevailed with spirit and determination 
to become one of Monticello's most successful 
athletes and scholars." 



THANK YOU 

We want to take this opportunity to thank all 
of the principals, coaches, students, parents, spec- 
tators, and friends who have helped to make the 
1976-1977 school year one of our best in recent 
history. 

The Association's program continues to ex- 
pand in both quality and quantity, primarily be- 
cause of the continued interest and good work of 
our educational leaders. 

The program of interscholastic activities spon- 
sored by the K.H.S.A.A. is broad and varied, and 
it is making .substantial contributions to the de- 
velopment and well-being of our youth. This pro- 
gram could not exist without your help and under- 
standing. 

Thanks very much for your cooperation. 



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Page Five 



ASSUMPTION ACADEMY — SEMI-FINALIST 
1977 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Janet Miller, Mary B. Thienema.n, Janine Sturgeon, Maria Donhoff, Debbie Bannon. 
Second Row: Coach Mary Helen Zahn, Cayle Horitman, Mary Ann Heim, Mary Besendorf, Terri Naiser, Mary Thomp- 
son, Laurie Mazzoni, Coach Laura Schwager. 



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1977 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




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(Left to Right) Front Row: Karen Leach, Dana Wells, Jenny Robertson. Tina Ashby. Nanette Page. Second Row: 
Karen Ewing, Carolyn DePonte, Jill Belcher, Sue Cant, Faith Smiley, Terri Sanchez, Cindy Wadlington. 



Page Six 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1977 



THOMAS JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL 
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(Left lo Right) Mike Mannen, Jenny Minton, Michelle Boswell, Martin Layman. 



RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP RESULTS 

Thomas Jefferson High School Rifle Team won 
the State Rifle Championship on April 2, 1977, 
with the team score of 1395. Jonny Minton won 
individual honors for the second consecutive year 
as she led defending champion Thomas Jefferson 
with her score of 284. 

Twelve teams competed in the tournament, 
which was held at Seneca High School, Louisville. 
Team and individual scores are as follows: 

Thomas Jefferson (1395) — Brandenburg 284, 
Boswell 277, Minton 284, Nannen 277, Layman 273. 

Greenup County (1367) — Waggoner 260, Steph- 
ens 275, Stephens 281, Bentley 208, Kendall 283. 

Fern Creek (1332) — Hudson 281, Hunt 280, 
Rupe 281, Stomski 229, Zeller 261. 
, Stuart (1305) — Thompson 271, Martin 256, Koch 
256, Connor 264. Barnett 258. 

Seneca (1304) — Harvey 247, Sturgeon 268, 
Bosley 267, Aston 260, Leist 262. 

Owensboro (1290) — Crawford 268, Beauchamp 
255, Head 262, Ashley 249, Uswa 256. 

Fort Knox (1285) — Tanner 268, Bell 268, In- 
gram 239, Puckett 247, Froebel 263. 

Valley (1231) — Morrow 209, Wittenauer 263, 
Preston 257, Shaw 243, Deniston 259. 

Moore (1223) — Zimmerman 271, Davis 255, 
Silloway 257, Adwell 232, Luker 208. 

Bourbon County (1186) — Graves 224, Hein- 
miller 269, Long 234, Johnson 265, Bland 194. 

Eastern (1162) — Barmore 256, Tytus 209, Smith 
249. Shuler 215. Shontz 233. 

Male (844) — Wilhams 156, Eggen 99, Hall 159, 
Holmes 214 Stavton 216. 

Minutes Board Meeting 

(Continued from Page One) 
Eldon Davidson moved, seconded by Norman Pass- 
more that the request be granted since there are 
presently only three schools in District 40. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

George Sauer and Ray Story were named 
Delegate and Alternate, respectively, to the forth- 



coming Annual Meeting of the National Feder- 
ation. 

Norman Passmore made the motion that the 
$25,000.00 catastrophe injury insurance plan be 
renewed for the 1977-78 school year with Doug 
Ruedlinger, Inc., at an annual rate of $10,500.00. 
C. W. Jones seconded the motion and all members 
voted aye. 

Mr. Mills presented a letter from Mr. Bill 
Ring, umpire-in-chief and K.H.S.A.A. Area Rep- 
resentative for the Bluegrass Umpires Association 
concerning the fee and travel allowance for base- 
ball officials. Mr. Stout was instructed to discuss 
this request with the Baseball Committee and 
submit recommendations for consideration at the 
July Meeting of the Board. 

The Board then discussed the request of Mrs. 
Pat Dooley, KAPOS, for three hundred dollars to 
help with the expense involved in presenting 
awards to the cheerleaders during the Boys' State 
Basketball Tournament. Following a lengthy dis- 
cussion on the KAPOS organization and its re- 
lationship with the K.H.S.A.A., Eldon Davidson 
moved, seconded by Joe McPherson, that the re- 
quest be denied and that member schools be in- 
formed that the K.H.S.A.A. is not affiliated with 
the KAPOS organization. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

The Commissioner was instructed to inform 
member schools that volleyball and table tennis 
may be added to the list of sports sponsored by 
the K.H.S.A.A. at the beginning of the 1978-79 
school year providing a sufficient number of 
schools express an interest. 

Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Norman 
Passmore, that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning March 1. 1977, and ending March 
31, 1977, be allowed. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

The date for the next scheduled meeting of 
the Board of Control was scheduled for Friday, 
May 20, 1977, at 1:00 P.M. in Lexington. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned. 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1977 



Page Seven 



J. B. MANSFIELD AWARD 



TED SANFORD AWARD 




Debbie Johnson 

The first J. B. Mansfield Award for girls was 
won by Debbie Johnson, Tates Creek High School, 
Lexington. The ai^iiual award inaugurated by the 
Courier-Journal and Times is presented to the 
player in the K.H.S. State Baslietball Tournament 
who excels in four areas: basketball ability, aca- 
demic accomplishments, sportsmanship and citi- 
zenship. The selection was made by a committee 
of school personnel from throughout the state. 




Jeff Lamp 

To foster the ideals exemplified by Ted San- 
ford, former commissioner of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association, the Courier-Journal 
and Times inaugurated the Ted Sanford Award 
to be given annually to a player in the Kentucky 
High School Boys' State Basketball Tournament 
who excells in four areas: basketball ability, aca- 
demic accomplishments, sportsmanship and citi- 
zenship. This year a committee composed of 
school personnel from throughout the state se- 
lected Jeff Lamp, BaUard High School, Louisville. 



1976-77 ANNUAL REPORT 

(Presented to Delegate Assembly) 

Three hundred twelve schools joined the Asso- 
ciation for the 1976-77 school year. Thirteen of 
these schools enroll girls only and eight have only 
boys. In 1975-76 there were 313 schools, in 1974-75 
there were 315, in 1973-74 there were 329 and 
334 in 1972-73. 

There were 194 schools involved in footbaU. 
The Classes A, AA, AAA and AAAA champion- 
ship gstmes were played at the University of Ken- 
tucky, Lexington, with approximately 11,985 in 
attendance and gross receipts of $42,381.00. Ex- 
penses involved in conducting the state football 
playoffs were $24,167.94. Interest and attendance 
at the regional and semi-final games continued to 
increase resulting in greater revenue for the 
schools involved. 

In Cross Country 142 boys' teams entered 
twenty-two regional meets. Eighty girls' teams 
entered all three Classes in fourteen regions. The 
expenses incurred in sponsoring this sport were 
$8,057.88. The Class AAA Meet was held at BeUar- 
mine College, Louisville, and the Classes AA and 
A were held in Lexington at the University of 
Kentucky. , 

■The Wrestling program is going forward at a 
rapid pace. There were seventy-four schools in 
the eight regions with the winner and runner-up 
in each weight class advancing to the finals. The 
championship tournament was held at Atherton 
High School. The receipts from the meet amounted 
to $5,815.50 while the expenses to date are $6,807 - 
47. f , • 

In Classes AAA and AA Swiming, thirty-seven 
girls teams and forty-five boys' teams competed 
for the championships. They were held at Planta- 
tion Swim Club, LouisviUe, on February 18-19 



and Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, on 
February 25-26 respectively. The receipts were 
$1,324.00 and the expenses were $5,980.07. 

There were sixteen schools with boys' Gym- 
nastics teams and twenty-seven with girls. There 
were two girls' regional meets held at Pendleton 
County High School and Moore High School, but 
there was not sufficient number of boys' teams 
to justify a regional. The state meets were at 
Marion C. Moore High School on March 5. The 
receipts were $430.50 and the expenses were 
$2,122.20. 

The approximate gross receipts from the boys' 
and girls' district basketball tourn£unents were 
$405,788.75 while the regional tournaments took 
in $300,426.40 for a total of $706,215.15. The ap- 
proximate amount realized by host schools as 
profit from concessions amounted to $50,655.27. 
Attendance at the Boys' State Tournament was 
approximately 75,000 as compared to 99,858 for 
last year. The gross receipts this year for the 
tournament is estimated at $292,623.25. A complete 
audit will appear in the August issue of the 
"ATHLETE." 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tour- 
nament was 25,371. The gross receipts amounted 
to $76,481.00 with expenditures of approximately 
$31,006.73. The expense of the tournament was 
minimum due to cooperation of the people at East- 
em Kentucky University. A complete report will 
appear in the audit. 

There were twelve co-ed teams competing in 
the State Rifle Marksmanship Meet in Louisville. 
Expenses incurred were $468.60. 

Eleven teams competed at Louisville in the 
State Fencing Meet. Approximate disbursements 
for the meet were $150.48. 

In the other sports that are to follow 265 base- 
ball teams will compete in fifty-nine districts and 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 197? 



sixteen regions; 208 girls, and 217 boys' track 
teams will compete in twenty regions each; 101 
girls' golf teams and 192 boys' teams will play in 
nineteen regions; 139 girls' tennis teams and 149 
boys' teams will play in ten regions. State Champ- 
ionship meets will be held in baseball at More- 
head University; the Class AAA track in Louis- 
ville and the Class A and AA at the University 
of Kentucky, Lexington; the girls' golf at Prince- 
ton Country Club, Princeton; the boys' golf at the 
Anderson Golf Course, Fort Knox; the tennis at 
the University of Kentucky, Lexington. 

Registering with the officials' Division of the 
Association were 1,539 basketball officials, 723 
football, 538 baseball at the present time and 75 
wrestling. Assistant Cmmissioner Billy V. Wise 
conducted seventeen cUnics in basketball and 
twelve in football for officials and coaches. Assist- 
ant Commissioner Louis Stout conducted fourteen 
clinics for baseball umpires and coaches. Out of the 
723 football officials that took the National Feder- 
ation examination for advEinced ratings, 121 be- 
came "approved" and 272 "certified." In basket- 
ball out of the 1.539 that took the test, 219 became 
"approved" and 277 are "certified." Five hundred 
thirty-eight took the baseball test with sixty-two 
being "approved" and eighty "certified." 

The Board of Control, the Asistant Commission- 
ers and I are grateful for the cooperation the 
superintendents, principals, athletic directors and 
coaches have given us in running the program for 
the Association. 



It is important that all school administrators 
keep their Boards of Education clearly informed 
of the nature of the K. H. S. A. A. in which their 
schools are members. This policy will help to 
avoid any misunderstanding and embcirrassment 
for any local school administrator if questioned 
by members of his or her Board of Ekiucation as 
to why the school must comply with regulations 
of the K. H. S. A. A. 

It will help school board members acquire 
a more complete understanding when they realize 
that the school is complying only with the stand- 
ards it has agreed collectively with other schools 
to uphold. 



BASKETBALL RULES DIFFERENCES 
FOR 1977-78 SEASON 



2-2: 



Players may not wear jewelry. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL 
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Associa- 
tion differs from other organizations in that it 
was established by the schools themselves to 
exercise those responsibilities that tiiey wish to 
have handled collectively by the schools instead 
of each school assuming individual responsibility. 

The K. H. S. A. A., therefore, is a.ot a separate 
entity, but is a voluntary, non-profit organ- 
ization of schools. Each member school is as much 
a part of the K. H. S. A. A. as any other one 
school. Each agrees to abide by the same mini- 
mum standards and regulations as do aU other 
member schools. 

As in all other democratic organizations, the 
will of the majority of schools is followed. There 
are some standards and regulations to which an 
individual school might object; however, the ma- 
jority of schools can change any provisions of the 
Constitution through the process of amendment. 

The impression left with many individueils 
outside the schools is that the K. H. S. A. A. is 
an orginization that exercises authority over the 
schools. In reality, the only authority exercised 
over the schools is by the schools themselves. 
They simply act collectively through the Asso- 
ciation instead of individually in those matters that 
the majority think can better be handled in such 
manner. 

The Delegate Assembly and Board of Control 
are elected by the schools to carry out their de- 
sires. The schools administer their programs 
through the K. H. S. A. A. with the help of the 
Delegate Assembly and the Board of Control in 
a manner very similar to that of a community 
administering its program of public education 
through its Board of Education. 



2-9(a) NOTE: 

Strongly recommend hand to be raised after 
a foul has been called. 

2-10: 

Provides full coverage for the correction of an 
error when more than one free throw is 
involved. 

5-5 NOTE 2: 

Playing periods for girls and non-varsitty 
games may be reduced by mutual agreement. 

5-9 EXCEPTION (a): 

Time extended to replace an injured player. 

S-7 EXCEPTION 1(d): 

On a try for field goal or free throw, the ball 
remains alive if a defensive player swings his 
or her arms or elbows. 

6-7 EXCEPTION 2: 

It is a legal score if a tipped ball in the air 
prior to the expiration of time or before a 
foul has been committed by an opponent. 

10-10: 

Clarifies when a coach may rise from his or 
her seat for communication purposes. 

Signal Change: 

Officials' signal change to start clock. 

Commenls: 

There shall be no deviation from the rules 
unless approved by the rules research com- 
mittee. 

Editorial Revisions: 

1-12: Channel width of ball clarified. 10-2 and 
6: Places responsibility for delay of game 
upon a player. 10-B-ll-4(d): Includes coverage 
previously not provided for a double foul in- 
volving an intentional foul situation. 

Points of Emphasis: 

1. Clarification of the rule restricting dunking 
of a dead ball. 

2. Illegal use of hands such as tagging or 
touching during post play. 

3. Grasping the basket following a dunk. 

4. Contact between the offensive and defensive 
player during a jump shot. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1977 



Page Nine 



2-2: 



WORDING OF THE RULES CHANGES 
FOR THE 1977-78 BASKETBALL RULES 

1-12: 

In the sixth sentence, delete the words "be- 
tween panels" and replace with, "or seams". 

Etelete the last sentence of the second para- 
graph and replace it with the following sent- 
ence: "Players may not wear jewelry." 

2-9(a) NOTE: 

Add the following NOTE: "It is strongly 
recommended that a player when charged with 
a foul raise one hand only at full Eirm's length 
above the head and lower it in such a manner 
as not to indicate resentment." 

2-10: 

Delete the word "error" (Isist word in. second 
paragraph) and add to the end of the second 
paragraph the following: "clock has started 
following the error." 

5-5 NOTE 2: 

Add the following NOTE: "By conference, 
state association or mutual agreement, the 
length of playing time periods for girls' or 
non-varsity games may be reduced." 

5-9-EXCEPTION (a): 

Delete the words, "or is replaced within 1 and 
i/i minutes." 

6-7-EXCEPTION (d): 

Add the following new exception: "When the 
ball is in flight on a try for field goal or 
during a free throw and a defensive team 
player excessively swings his or her arms or 
elbows without contacting an oppKjnent, the 
ball remains alive." 

6-7-EXCEPTlON 2: 

Add the following new exception: "The ball 
does not become dead while the ball is in the 
air by a tip toward his or her basket if: (a) 
time expires; or (b) a foul is committed by 
any opponent or the player making the tip." 

10-2: 

The first paragraph is replaced with the fol- 
lowing: "A team shall not allow the game to 
develop into an actionless contest." 

10-6 (k): 

The following is new: "A player shall not 
delay the game by preventing the ball from 
being made promptly alive." 

10-10: 

This section hsis been completely revised as 
follows: "A coach shall remain seated on the 
bench — except to: 

(a) rise and stand in front of his or her seat to 
signal players to request a time-out; 

(b) while the clock is stopped stand in front 
of his or her seat to signal or communicate 
to his or her squad member; 

(c) spontaneously react to an outstanding play 
by a member of his or her team; 

(d) to confer with personnel at the scorer's 
table to specifically request a time-out for 
a correctable error as in 2-10; or 

(e) attend an injured player when beckoned 
onto the court by an official; or 

(f) rise during a charged time-out or inter- 
mission." 



10-B-ll-4(d): 

It will now read, "No free throws for a double 
foul, one or both fouls of which are flagrant 
or intentionaL" 

Signal Chart: 

The signal to start the clock is revised so that 
the official signals the timer to start the clock 
by lowering his right arm (with hand ojjen) 
from full arm's length above the head laterally 
to a position of hip height. 

Comments on the Rules: 

The Rules Comments will now include the 
following statement: "It is the policy of the 
National Basketball Rules Committee of the 
United States and Canada that there shall be 
no deviation from the rules unless approval 
has been granted by its Research Committee. 

The following four "Points of Emphasis" wil ap- 
pear in the Rule Book and will be with full ex- 
planation of their meaning and significance: 

1. Clarification of the Rules Restricting Dunk- 
ing of a Dead Ball. 

2. Illegal Use of Hands such as Tagging or 
Touching During Post Play. 

3. Grjisping the Basket Following a Dunk. 

4. Contact Between the Offensive and Defen- 
sive Player During a Jump Shot. 



ARE YOU A WINNER OR A LOSER? 

A winner says, "Let's find out"; a loser says, 
"Nobody knows". 

When a winner makes a mistake, he says, 
"I was wrong"; when a loser makes a mist£ike, he 
says, "It wasn't my fault". 

A winner knows how and when to say, "Yes" 
and "No"; a loser says, "Yes, but" and "Perhaps 
not" at the wrong times, for the wrong reasons. 

A winner isn't nearly as afraid of losing as a 
loser is secretly afraid of winning. 

A winner works harder than a loser and has 
more time; a loser is always "too busy" to do 
what is necessary. 

A winner makes commitments; a loser makes 
promises. 

A winner shows he's sorry by making up for 
it; a winner says, "I'm good, but not as good as 
I ought to be"; but a loser says, "I'm not as bad 
as a lot of other people." 

A winner listens; a loser just waits until it's 
his turn to talk. A winner would rather be ad- 
mired than liked, although he would prefer both; 
a loser would rather be liked than admired and 
is even willing to pay the price of mild contempt 
for it. 

A winner respects those who are superior to 
him and tries to learn something from them; a 
loser resents those who are superior to him and 
tries to find chinks in their armor. 

A winner feels strongly enough to be gentle; 
a loser is never gentle — he is either weak or pvettily 
tyranous by turns. 

A winner explains; a loser explains away. 

A winner says, "There aught to be a better 
way to do it"; a loser says, "That's the way it's 
always been done here". 

A winner paces himself; a loser has only two 
speeds; hysterical and lethargic. 

— Sidney Harris 



Page Tea 



K.H.S.C.A. 



Executive Commillee 

Ke;itucky High School Coaches Association 

Louisville, Kentucky 



Gentlemen: 

At the request o£ Mr. Joe Ohr, I have made an 
examination of the records of the Kentucky High School 
Coaches Association in the Union Bank & Trust Company, 
Irvine, Kentucky, covering the period March 28, 197S, to 
April 1, 1977. 

Receipts and disbursements have been grouped and 
classified and are shown on the attached schedule of 
Receipts and Disbursements. All receipts have been traced 
as deposits into the Bank and all disbursements have 
been substantiated by canceled checks. 

There are three Savings Accounts under Kentucky 
High School Coaches Association heading, the three 
totaling S20,000.00 and these are shown on the schedule 
of Savings Accounts of the East-West All-Star Accounts. 

The bank balance of S5,088.83 has been verified as 
being on deposit in the Union Bank & Trust Company, 
Irvine, Kentucky, as of April 1, 1977. 

In my opinion, this letter and the attached schedule 
properly reflects the transactions and status of this account 
for the period shown. 



Respectfully submitted. 
Bill Sexton, Accountant 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1977 

Irvine, Kentucky 4033S 
AprU 26, 1977 

Executive Committee 

East-West AU-Star Basketball & Football Games 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Gentlemen: 

At the request of your Secretary, Mr. Joe Ohr, I have 
examined the records of your ALL-STAR accoiuit cover- 
ing the period April 1, 1976 to April 1, 1977. 

I have grouped and classified all receipts and dis- 
bursements and these are shovnn on the attached schedule 
of receipts and disbursements. The bank balance of 
S242.94 has been verified as being on deposit in the First 
Security National Bank & Trust Company, Lexington, 
Kentucky, as of April 1, 1977. 

You will also find attached to this report a separate 
schedule of Savings Accounts, showing the name of the 
Bank or Savings firm and the balance in each account. 
This list is self-explanatory and all balances were verified 
by telepho;ie. 

I believe that the attached schedules and this letter 
properly reflect the transactions and conditions of this 
account for the period shown. 



Irvine, Kentucky 40336 
April 26, 1977 



Respectfully submitted, 
Bill Sexton, Accountant 



EAST-WEST ALL STAR GAMES — FOOTBALL AND 

BASKETBALL 

THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL 

COACHES ASSOCIATION 

Schedule of Receipts and Disbursements for the 

period April 1, 1976 to April 1, 1977. 

RECEIPTS: 

Gate Receipts from Games S 2,106.00 

Refund of Change 1,500.00 

Grants from K.H.S.C.A. 9,000.00 

Total Receipts — $12,606.00 

Plus: Bank Balance April 1, 1976 297.54 

TOTAL CASH TO ACCOUNT FOR $12,903.54 



Schedule of Receipts and Disbursements for the 
period April 1, 1976 to April 1, 1977. 

RECEIPTS: 

Membership Dues: 

65 Life Memberships (31 $10.00 .,$ 650.00 
1 Life Membership @ 5.00 „_ 5.00 

3,357 annual 

Memberships i® 3.00 __ 10,071.00 

Total Membership Dues $10,726.00 

Cash Overage __ 2.70 

Interest Income and Grants 2,447.86 

Total Receipts __ $13,176.56 

Plus: Bank Balance March 28, 1976 — ._ 7,237.33 

TOTAL RECEIPTS AND 

BANK BALANCE . $20,413.89 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing __ 564.03 

Postage & Stationery 144.85 

Secretarial Help 25.00 

Audit Report 45.00 

Clinic Meetings Expenses 474.55 

Awards & Trophies 252.92 

Telephone 13.00 

Grants to All-Star Account 9,000.00 

Membership — National Coaches 

Association __ 100.00 

Clinic Speakers 200.00 

Insurance Grant to K.H.S.A.A. 1,000.00 

Expenses Executive Meetings __ 203.08 

Delegates Expenses _. 483.39 

Flowers . 21.75 

Grant to Ralph Wrioht 500.00 

Grant to Harold E. Brown __ 500.00 

Miscellaneous Expenses 80.49 

Travel Expenses 38.50 

Jos Ohr — Collection Fees 1,678.50 

Total Disbursements . $15,325.06 

Balance on April I, 1977 $ 5,088.83 

Total Disbursements & Bank Balance .. $20,413.89 

Balance on deposit in Union Bank & Trust 
Company, Irvine, Kentucky on 
AprU 1, 1977 _. S 5,088.83 



691.51 

785.20 

1,500.00 

1,077.90 

1,750.00 

1,000.00 

2,955.95 

243.00 

584.33 

1,880.00 

87.41 

105.30 



$12,660.60 
S 242.94 
$12,903.54 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Misc. Expenses — All Star Games . 

Insurance 

Change for AU-Star Games 

Travel Expenses 

Coaches & Trainer Salaries 

Manager Salary 

Meals for AU-Stars 

Security Police 

Uniforms . 

Housing for Players 

Photographs — . 

Kentucky Sales Tax 

Total Disbursements . 

Balance on April 1, 1977 

Total Disbursements 8t Balance „ 

Balance on DeposU in First Security National 

Bank & Trust Company, Lexington, 

Kentucky, on AprU 1, 1977 $ 242.94 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 
EAST-WEST ALL-STAR ACCOUNTS: 

1. First Security National Bank & 
Trust Company, Lexington, Kentucky 
ALL-STAR ACCOUNT No. 23588-7 

Balance as of April 1, 1977 __ $16,158.73 

2. Central Bank & Trust Company 
Lexington. Kentuckv 

ALL-STAR ACCOUNT — Certificate 

No. 5041 

Balance as of April 1. 1977 $10,000.00 

3. Citizens Union Bank & Trust Company 
Lexington. Kentuckv 

ALL-STAR ACCOUNT No. 21230-8 

Balance as of April 1, 1977 — $ 8,089.50 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 
I. Estill Federal Savings 8c 

T.oan Association, Irvine, Kentucky 

Balance as of AorU 1, 1977 $10,000.00 

?.. "kelson Countv Federal Savings 8e 

T^oan Association, Bardstovm, Kentucky 

Balance a>: of AprU 1, 1977 __ $ 5,000.00 

3. Rank of Clarkson 

fr^arkson. Kentucky 

r.^rtificate of Deposit 

Bala.nce as cf AprU 1, 1977 $ 5,000.00 

The above balances have been verified by telephone 
calls to the above named institutions and were on deposit 
as of the date shown. 

This report submitted this 26th day of April, 1977. 
BUI Sexton, Accountant 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1977 



Page Eleven 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled April 20) 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given, the first number is that of the home 
phone. 

Abell, Richard. 323 A Street; Price Rd., Lexington 40505, 

254-2945 252-4131 
Adams, Jerry. 1123 Centre Pkwy #49, Lexington 40502, 

272-5438, Same 
Allen, Jack. 1019 N. Third St., Bardstown 40004. 348-8294, 

348-8446 
Amis, Yancy, Rt. 1 Box 20, Buckhorn 41721, 398-7595. 398- 

7591 
Auler, Randy A., 9109 Estrada Ave., Fort Knox 40121, 624- 

7277 
BaUey, Carey L., 5402 Waltee Ct., Louisville 40291, 239- 

0841, 448-0055 
Banta, Ronald C, 741 Kingston Rd., Lexington 40505, 293- 

0985, 232-2826 
Bartley, David. Rt. 1, Box 24, Summer Shade 42166, 428- 

5757, 428-5344 
Baugh, Kelly. 202 Meader St., CampbellsvUle 42718, 465- 

3035, 465-8774 
Baxter, Robert, Box 84. Campbellsville College, Campbells- 

ville 42718, 338-1648 
Begley, Stanley, Box 14. Gays Creek 41745, 398-7320, 398-7320 
Beirne, R. Michael, 737 Meadow Wood, VlUa HUls 41011, 

331-6037, 851-7306 
Bell. Steve, Albany 42602. 

Blair. Jeff, Box 224. Hindman 41822, 785-5844 
Board, Dorthv G., Rt. 1. Box 278, Lrvington 40146, 236-3223 
Bond, Terry Lee. 11 Circle Dr., Crestview 41076. 441-0723 
Bowden, Ricky R., Rt. 1, Box 470, Mayfield 42066. 247- 

6718, 382-2336 
Brandenburg. Ronnie. Box 42. Beattyville 41311, 464-2690, 

464-2484 
Brewer, Rodney, 2199 Wlnterberry, Lexington 40504, 277- 

3162, 278-9355 
Brown. Mike. 427 Beech St.. ScottsvUle 42164, 237-4546, 

237-3117 
Buerger. Timothy. 406 Caldwell Dr.. Elsmere 41018, 342-6831 
Bullock. James. Rt. 4. MadisonvUle 42431, 825-2645. 821-5761 
Burns. CarroU W.. 809 Sherwood Dr.. Lexington 40502, 277- 

2341, 278-4811 
Bussell. James G.. Box 541, Brodhead 40409. 758-8830, 

256-5185 
Butcher, Douglas. Box 14. Meallv 41234. 789-5553. 789-6147 
Byrne. Mark. 5005 Wabash PI., Louisville 40214, 363-4725, 

588-6351 
Campbell. Tony. Box 386. Campton 41301. 668-3464, 668-3310 
Carroll, John, Benham 40807. 848-2827 
Catron. Ken. 1414 Cartmell Hall, Morehead 40351 
Chaffin. Ricky. Rt. 1. Rockfield 42274. 843-8053 
Chappell, Jim R.. Rt. 1 Box 285 B. Greenville 42345. 338-2334 
Clark, James R., Rt. 2 Box 47. WhitesviUe 42378. 233-4419 
Clark, Kenneth. 2700 S. York St., Owensboro 42301, 683- 

0600. 233-5422 
Clark. Richard. 5355 F. Kelly. Ft. Knox 40121, 624-7062, 624- 

5533 
Clark, William D., P. O. Box 73. NortonviUe 42442 
Claunch. Robert, 106 Jasper St.. Somerset 42501, 678-5321 
Coffman. Danny. Hanson 42413, 322-8084 
Collier, Doug, UPO 2324 MSU. Morehead 40351, 783-3937 
Colvin, James, Forest Park Rd., PaintsviUe 41240, 789-3691, 

886-2311 
Combs. Harold. Gen. Del.. Jeff 41751. 439-1271. 436-6811 
Combs, Harvey M. Jr.. Gen. Del.. Jeff 41751. 436-6617, 

436-5721 
Combs. Ira D.. Gen. Del.. Jeff 41751, 436-3002 
Cope, Robert, RR 2. BooneviUe 41314 
Cornett, C. W., 21 Meadowbrook Dr.. Morehead 40351, 784- 

5440 784-4320 
Cornett,' Karl W.. 2100 Violet Rd., Lexington 40504 278- 

1000. 272-3611 
Creekmore. Milford, P.O. Box 368, Pine Knot 42635, 354- 

2846. 354-2172 
Crittenden, Fred, 9028 Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

3992. 624-1736 
Critz, George. 207 Frazier Ave., Columbia, Ky., 384-4340, 

383-2751 
Cupp. Jackie, Rt. 4 Box 499 B, London 40741. 864-6886, 

846-2181 
Dameron, Paul. 107 Third St., Campbellsville 42718 789- 

1006. 415-8158 

Day, Engene, 1113 Centurian Rd., Lexington 40502, 272-3392 
Day. Lawrence, 1113 Centurian Rd., Lexington 40502, 272- 

Dickson, Randy, 1857 Preston St., Radcliff 40121, 351-9242 

°°''™X%/^'"^S- P°- Box 504. Somerset 42501. 679-2738, 
678-5929 

°°^otk''v ^^^'^^^ * Whippoorwill Dr.. Marion 42064. 965- 
^o04, 965-3866 

°"'^ld=?P<JJ^^SAoS. '^^"Slewood Dr.. HopkinsvUIe 42240, 
ooo-14dJ, 798-7522 



Dupin, Jackie, P.O. Box 413. Elizabethtown 42701, 737- 

5143, 765-7175 
East, Martin, R. 4. Keene Rd.. Nicholasville 40356, 885- 

5094, 625-5331 
East. William. 402 Linda Dr., Hopkinsville 42240, 886-2146, 

886-5259 
Edington. Mike. Box 325. Vanceburg 41179, 796-3275, 796-2823 
Edwards, Shawn. 303 North 3rd St., Central City 42330, 

754-4556 
Embrv. Bill. Rt. 3 Box 123. Leitchfield 42754, 259-4441 
Embrv. Eric. 412 W. Houston. Cloverport 40111, 788-6497 
Emmons. Guv W., 5500 Crosswood Ct., Louisville 40291, 

239-9537 
Engle, William, Box 46, Hindman 41822, 785-5543 
Estes. Walter, Rt. 1. Owensboro 42301. 281-5609. 685-3333 
Evans. Danny. 217 Norway, Lexington 40503, 278-7922. 

272-2411, ext. 381 
Eversole, Gary, Krypton 41754, 436-3332, 436-3669 
Fields. Bobby, 3002 Seminole, Hopkinsville 42240, 885-5643 
Fields, Roger. 209 Sunset Dr., Mayfield 42066. 247-5308, 

247-8299 
Fitzgerald. Casev. Guerrant 41330. 295-2620 
Foust, Rav Jr., Box 677, Calvert City 42029, 395-4901, 395- 

4154 
Fox. Carl Jr., RR 1. Box lOOC, BooneviUe 41314, 593-5333, 

593-5105 
Fox, Randy, Rt. 1. Grand Rivers 42045, 928-2923, 965-2863 
Fralev. Charlie, 9057 E. Young St., Ft. Knox 40121. 624- 

3860. 624-2125 
Fulkerson, Tom, Rt. 2. Philpot 42366. 
Gardner. Steven. 1201 Smallhouse Rd.. Bowling Green 

42101. 842-8662, 842-5302 
Garrison. Jack. Grand Rivers 42045, 362-4598 
Gartin. Robert. 550 Brown St.. PaintsviUe 41240, 789-5274, 

789-4001 
Gentry, Garland. Grand Rivers 42045, 362-8348 
Gilbert. Dick RR 1, Stanford 40484. 365-3092 
Gibson. H. H. Box 241, Whitley City 42653, 376-5203, 376-2413 
GUI. Mark, 311 Jefferson St., Glasgow 42141. 651-9319, 651- 

3132 
Gillenwater. Henry, Rt. 1. Ironton. Ohio 45638 614-532-4989 
Gilmore. Donald. 418 Pearce Ford, Bowling Green 42101, 

748-5171. 748-5171 
Goad. Dale, 405 SkvUne Tr. Pk.. Bowling Green 42101, 

781-2275. 457-2201 
Goins. Oscar Jr.. 12311 Old Henry Rd.. Anchorage 40223, 

245-5794 
Goins. Steven C.. 209 Shawneetown. Lexington 40503, 278- 

1334 272-2411 Ext 264 
Gosman'. Carroll. Bedford 40006. 255-3301. 347-5785 
Goodnight. Hershel. 424 Breckenridge St., Franklin 42134, 

586-3544. 586-4235 
Goodwin. Bruce. 1433 5th Ave.. Ft. Knox 40121. 624-3396 
Gooslin. Johnny H.. Meta 41501. 437-4246. 432-3380 
Green, Fred. Rt. 2 Hickorv 42051, 247-5168 
Grimes. BiU. 926 Olvmpia Dr.. Mason 45040, 398-4320 
Groce, Ralph. Albany 42602 

Grooms, Barry. Box 387, Rt. 1, Mayfield 42066, 247-6315 
Guffey, Blane. Rt. 3. MonticeUo 42633, 348-3646, 348-3311 
Haeer. Norman. 3417 Cintonya. Erlanger 41018 
Hall. Gary. Box 608. Elkhom Citv 41522. 754-4315, 754-9098 
Handley, Woodie R.. Rt. 2 Hodgenville 42748, 358-3345, 

358-3195 
Hardin, Don G.. Box 88. Morehead 40351, 784-7698, 845-9871 
Hardin, WilUam Rt. 2. Box 114, Springfield 40069 
Harmon. Michael. 601 Sunrise Ln., Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-5710. 862-4516 
Harmon, Verlin. 310 Foxspring Ave., Flemingsburg 41041, 

849-2616, 845-9051 
Hay. Bill. 626 Tricia Ln.. Elizabethtown 42701, 769-3464, 

862-4516 
Hay, John, 216 4th St.. Fulton 42041, 472-1726. 472-1741 
Hayes. Bob. Box 119. Ohio River Rd.. Greenup 41144, 473- 

7859, 473-7812 
Haynes, Donald. Gen. Del., Pleasant View 40769, 549-5022 
Heaton. Roger. 3400 Apt. 6C Leswav Ct., Louisville 40218, 

4990643, 893-2537 
Hendron, James, Rt. 1. Mackville 40040, 375-4498 
Hobbs. Charles. 411 Cartmell Hall. Morehead 40351 
Holland. Mike, Fountain Run 42133, 457-3151 
Holloway. David R.. 2023 Murray Ave.. Louisville 40205, 

452-1961 

Holt. Larry, Rt. 1, Box 132A, Alvaton 42122, 843-3587, 781- 

4585 
Hopkins, George D., Box 371, Elkhorn City, 41522, 754-5648 
Howard, Mike. 144 Rugby Rd., Lexington 40504, 255-0322 
Hudson, Burly. Box 782, Jackson 41339, 666-2715 
Huff, Robert, Worthington 41183. 836-2168 
Huffman, Kerry. Bee Spring 42207, 286-4283, 749-4101 
Huitt, Kathy, 108 Cedar St., Calvert City 42029, 395-4227 
Hursh, Robert L., 2545 Sheridan Dr., Norwood, Ohio 45212, 

731-5418, 731-2020 

Hurt. Kenny, 109 Columbia. Tompkinsville 42167, 457-3375, 
487-8261 

Hurt, Thomas C. 122 Hamilton Ave., Lancaster 40444, 
792-3067, 792-3018 

Hurst. Terry, 416 Kentucky Ct., Lexington 40502, 269-2792, 
266-0407 

Ingraham. Gary. 9706 Langsboro Way, Louisville 40222, 
425-5215, 897-2815 



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Jackson Buddie, Rt. 2. Box 115 A, Grayson 41143, 474- 

4886, 928-6441, ext. 245 , ,„„„^ ^„, 

Johnson, Ned B., 117 South 2nd, Bardstown 40004, 384- 
3534 348-3943 

Jackson', Stephen A., R.R. 1, Glencoe 41046, 643-5541, 567- 

Jenkins, Ronald. 34 S. Alves St., Henderson 42420, 827- 

9545, 827-2000 , , ,„„,, „„^ 

Johnson. Kenneth, Rt. 5, Box 159, Morehead 40351, 784- 

5393 845-6721 
Joiner Rocky D.. 636 Country Club Ln. Apt. 9B, Hopkins- 

ville 42240, 885-6955 
Jolly Robert. 116 Reed PI.. Madisonville 42431, 825-2584, 

825-1180 
Jones, James Dixie, Rt. 2, Princeton 42445, 365-3110, 365- 

6660 
Jones, James M., Rt. *1, Brownsville 42210, 597-3822, 597- 

2313 
Joyce, James, 128 Lawson Ln., Louisville 40214, 367-2302, 

361-8844 
Kendall, Ennis. Albany 42602 

Kimmel, Jerry. Box 86, Beechmont 42323, 476-2656, 476-8375 
Klump. WiUiam Roger. 1415 Goddard Ave., Louisville 

40204. 451-0236. 584-1101 
Livers. Joseph. Rt. 1 National Cemetery Rd., Lebanon 

40033. 692-6224. 692-6086 
Lvkins. WilUam. Cannel City 41408. 743-7536, 743-4421 
McCarthy. Daniel. 5470 F Kelley St., Ft. Knox 40121. 624- 

2909. 624-2048 
McCosky, James S. R.. Box 32C. Clearfield 40313, 784-8645 
McDaniel, Michael, Rt. 4 Flat Creek Rd., Frankfort 40601, 

223-8144. 624-1514 
Mcintosh. Carl, Brewers Trailer Park, Jackson 41339, 

666-2190, 378-2254 
McKentv. Lawrence. Rt. *9, Box 63A, Benton 42028, 527- 

1905 
McNeill. Bamev. Rt. 2. Bardwell 42023. 628-3860, 628-3434 
McNeill. Blaine, Boaz 42027, 856-3420 
Maddox. Bobby. Box 6. Glencoe 41046. 643-3941 
Mathews, Arthur. Rt. 2. Box 44 AA. Robards 42452, 521- 

7182. 827-2222 
Mathew. Brent. Box 1140. Lewisport 42351. 295-1241 
Maxev. Richard. P. O. Box 87. W. Somerset 42564, 678- 

4888. 679-4401 
Meadors. William, 784 Covington Ave., Bowling Green 

42101. 842-4141. 745-3347 
Merrifield. Frank, 8305 National Turnpike, Louisville 

40214. 363-3396 
Milam. James. Gen. Del.. Beechcreek 42321. 476-8359. 476- 

2204 
Milbv. William. Rt. 3 Box 507. Greensburff 42743, 932-7945 
Miles. Charles. 600 Hoover St.. Ashland 41101, 325-3261, 

928-6421 
Miles. Ralph. 5567 A Hiers St., Ft. Knox 40121. 624-1678, 

624-6619 
Moorehead, Alfred K.. 146 Grace Ct. Apt. 3, Ft. Mitchell 

41017. 331-6781 
Molden. Ronald. 7418 Dunkirk Ln., Louisville 40272. 935- 

6972 
Morgan. Bill, 425 Locust St.. Hazard 41701. 436-2907. 436- 

3070 
Morgeson. James, 221 N. Forrest St., Lebanon 40033, 692- 

6553, 692-4678 
Moslev. Gene. 715 Hill St.. Williamsburg 40769, 549-1188, 

549-1188 
Mullins. Marty. Box 144. Vicco 41773. 642-3750. 783-4335 
MuUins. Terry, Box 74. Hi Hat 41636. 377-6853. 377-2411, 

ext. 15 
Muncie. Paul. 9152 A Bennett St.. Kt. Knox 40121, 624- 

.5977. 624-1453 
Murrell. Jeff. Rt. 5, Maple Ln.. Elizabethtown 42701, 727- 

6530 
Nahm. Cliff, 774 Wakefield Dr.. Bowling Green 42101, 843- 

8118 
Nallev. Donald. Rt. 8. Box 410. Clearview, Richmond 40475, 

624-2249 
Nash. Richard, 2260 Carpenter Dr. 4, Owensboro 42304, 

684-0683. 684-9815 
Nesbitt. Roger. 5546 New Hampshire Blvd.. Louisville 

40219. 964-2621 
Newton. Joe, 117 Hurstborne Dr.. Bardstown 40004. 348-5748 
Niemer. Howard. 207 2nd St.. Augusta 41002. 756-2145 
Noel. David. 359 N. College St., Harrodsburg 40330, 734- 

7550. 734-7115 
Osborne, Larrv Joe. Rt. 1. Box 377, Harold 41635 
Owen. Don, 1100 Weaverton Apt. 3. Henderson 42420. 826- 

0818 

Owings. Hank. 4210 Retreat Rd.. Louisville 40219. 967-5297 
Parker. Herbert. 1405 Sioux Place. Owensboro 42301, 684- 

4373, 684-6190 
Payne, Bob, Rt. 1, Macco 42355 

Payne. Bob. Blue Bird Dr., Russell Springs 42642, 866- 
5152, 866-3341 

PelPhrev, Jack, N. Gate Sub. Div.. Paintsville, 789-1857, 
886-3521 

Pendygraft, Doug, 651 Linda Ave., Danville 40422 
Percell. Danny, P.O. Box 611. Horse Cave 42749 786-1402 
786-2415 

Perry. James, Rt. 2, Box 259, Greensburg 42743, 932-4922, 
932-5976 

Peterson, John HI, P. O. Box 237. Bardstown 40004. 348-4169 



Powell, Lloyd M., RR 1, Box 207, Hanson 42413, 322-3392 
Powers, Fred Jr.. Box 77, Commonwealth E.K.U., Rich- 
mond 40475, 625-2113 
Preece, Ronald, Phelps, 456-7361, 456-7716 
Price Richarl, 414B "A" St., Fort Knox 40121 
Raleigh, Charles, Box 14, Gays Creek 41745, 398-"' 

398-7320 
Rail, Jim. 105 Reservoir Road, Frankfort 40601, 227-! 
Read, Rav, 1112 A Angora Ct., Bowling Green 42101 

9050, 843-9149 
Reece. Donald A., P. O. Box 93, Edmonton 42129 
Reed. John, 404 Doctor St., Springfield 40069, 336 

336-3954 
Revis, David, 309 Svunmit Dr., Campbellsville 42718, 

2385, 465-2385 
Roark, Rowland, P. O. Box 403, Corbin 40701, 523-Die 
Robinson, Blake, P. O. Box 2713. Pikeville 41501, 432 

432-1822 
Rogers, Ronald. 300 Jamestown St., Columbia 42728, 

5069, 384-5354 
Runvon, Tommy, Box 181, BeUry 41514, 353-4935, 43i 
Schaefer. Michael, 4114 Roxbury Rd., Louisville ■ 

491-0756 
Scott, Clyde, 109 Boggess Blvd.. Madisonville, 42431, 

3469, 821-5761 
Seavers, Joe, Villa HiUs 41016, 341-0213, 291-8925 
Sharp. Ron. 140 Chasteen. Middlesboro 40965, 248 

337-2425 
Shartzer, Keith, 211 Kenli Ct., Louisville 40214, 363 

363-3252 
Slone, Douglas. Rt. 1. Box 52. Catlettsburg 41129, 739- 

329^313 
Sm.allwood, Talmadge, R.R. 2, Stanton 40380, 663- 

663-2544 
Smith. Benny. Rt. 3. Box 5, Manchester 40962, 598- 

598-5210 
Smith. Jerry, 116 College Hgts.. Hodgenville 42748. 358 
Snell, Johnny. Rt. 6. Box 49, Russellville 42276 
Stavton, Jeff. 508 E. 21 St.. Covington 41015. 261- 

241-1818 
Steele. William, 713 Circle Dr.. Gravson 41143. 474-4; 
Stewart. Martin, Box 76, Mt. Olive 41064. 724-5966 
Stewart, Steve, Rt. 2. CeciUa 42724. 862-4344. 765-202: 
Stivers. Franklin. P.O. Box 326. London 40741. 864- 

864-2203 
Stout. Charles. MPdical Company. Fort Knox 40121, 

7922. 624-1614 
Sturgill, Bill. Box 343. Hindman 41822. 785-5636 
Sturgill. Stephen. Cumberland 40823, 589-2597 
Tanaka. Larrv T.. 2123 N. Elm St.. Henderson 42420. 

2664. 826-9221 
Taylor, Barry L.. 411 Cartmell Hall, Morehead 4 

783-3943 
Taylor, Carl, 3010 Belhaven Dr.. Russell 41169, 836- 

325-7735 
Taylor. Gary. P.O. Box 13. Mt. Sterling 40351, 498- 

674-6325 
Taylor, Jim, Independence. 356-395. 356-3541 
Taylor. Tonv W., 310 Main St.. Augusta 41002, 756- 

756-9991 
Tesar. Juliann. 319 Park Ave., Radcliff 40160, 351- 

624-7030 
Thompson, Ronnie, Box 135, Raccoon 41557, 432-1942, 

6361 
Thorouehman. Michael. Box 83. Garrison 41141. 757- 

757-2122 
Tucker. Charles. 5353 B Kelly Ave.. Ft. Knox 40121. 

5063. 624-6627 
TlDChurch. David. R. R. 1. MonticeUo 42633. 348-9202 
Upchurch. Waden. 209 Gale Dr.. Lancaster 40444. 792- 

792-2146 
Vance. Michael, Box 176, Worthington 41183, 836-4607, 

9525 
Vanzant. Russell. P.O. Box 393. Edmonton 42129, 432-5725, 

432-2131 
Varney, Greg, 112 Riverside Dr.. Williamson. W. Va. 25661 
Waine, Thomas, 121 Lincoln St., Nicholasville 40356, 885- 

6897 
Wallin. Charles. 668 Northside Dr., Lexington 40505, 299- 

8689, 873-5497 
Walker, Danny, 250 Daytona St.. Paducah 42001. 554-2188 
Walton, Stanley, Rt. 6. Benton 42025, 527-8835 
Welch, Charles, Rt. 5. Box 338 .Paris, 293-5248. 259-6592 
White. Robin. Rt. 10. Box 209. Bowling Green 42101 
White. Rich. 2816 Alabama St.. Paducah 42001. 442-4317 
Wiley. Michael J.. 10th Stafford Ave., Paintsville 41240, 

789-4530, 789-4001 
Wilcox, Ursal R.. Auxier 41602. 886-3329. 886-2703 
Williams. Buford. c/o Bullitt Central H. S., Shepherdsville 

40165, 543-4632, 543-7021 
Wilson, Dale. Rt. 1, Dunnville 42528. 787-8668, 346-3639 
Wilson, Phillip. 5003 Dreamers Way, Louisville 40219 
Winfrey, Shelby. 315 Sharon Dr.. Campbellsville 42718, 

465-8392, 465-5502 
Wright, John David, 628-LawTence St., Apt. 3, Lexington 

40508 
Wyatt, Whayne, 6001 Applegate Lane, Louisville 40219, 

969-2816 
Young, Ralph David. R.R. P.O. 55, Scottsville 42164, 237- 

4150. 842-9840 



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YOU WHO HAVE MADE OUR 
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Eases Pain of . . . 

- Tennis Elbow - Back Pain 

• Pulled Ligaments • Arthritis • Bursitis 

* Sunburn ■ Insect Bites * Bruises 
■ Headaches * Bowler's Thumb 







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playing tennis- Apply to area affected and 
allow to penetrate. 




Arthritis. Apply to arthritis areas and allow 
to penetrate Pain will gradually disappear 
and the symptoms will be relieved. Synovial 
fluid will be disbursed and allow movement of 
the affected area. 




Pulled Ligaments. Apply to area that pains 
as often as needed. Massage gently and allow 
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